||A surgical procedure to remove one or both
||The fluid containing sperm and secretions
from the testicles, prostate, and seminal vesicles that
is expelled during ejaculation
||A test to assess sperm quality based upon
the following characteristics: ejaculate volume, appearance,
consistency, sperm morphology, sperm motility, sperm
concentration, and antibody presence.
||Imaging of internal systems through high
frequency sound waves.
||The shape of ejaculated sperm.
||A place where sperm are kept frozen in lizuid
nitrogen for later use in artificial insemination
||The number of sperm in the ejaculate (when
given as the number of sperm per millileter it is more
accurately known as the sperm concentration or sperm
||The process of sperm production.
||A surgical procedure (such as tubal ligation
or vasedtomy) designed to produce infertility
||Stimulation of multiple ovulation with fertility
drugs; also known as controlled ovarian hyperstimulation
||A woman who becomes artificially inseminated
with a man's sperm and carries the pregnancy for an
infertile couple, who adopt the baby after its birth
(the man being the biological father of the child)