Abstract: To assess the correlation between semen parameters and sperm DNA fragmentation (SDF) and to examine whether SDF can be recommended as a routine test along with semen analysis.
Authors: Sasikala Thanga NatarajamaniFeedback
Abstract: Blood groups of women have been associated with infertility and other related conditions like diminished ovarian reserve. We have tried to find, if there is any association between blood group of women and the quality of their oocytes.
Authors: Sasikala Thanga Natarajamani, Deepa Thiagarajamurthy, Mahalakshmi Subramanian, Janani Dakshina Moorthy, Archana Bhargav, P. J. ParameaswariFeedback
Abstract: Our aim was to find whether the number really matters and if good blastocysts can be developed even with less numbers on day 3 provided quality is good.
Authors: Natarajamani Sasikala, Ayyappan Rajapriya, Subramaniam Mahalakshmi, Dakshina Moorthy Janani, Bharghav Archana, P.J. ParameaswariFeedback
Abstract: To determine the clinical relevance of determining the semen pH during semen analysis as per WHO (World Health Organisation) standard criteria among the infertile couple attending a tertiary ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) Centre in South India.
Authors: Sasikala Natarajamani, M.MedSci , Dakshinamoorthy Janani, M.Tech, Mahalakshmi Subramanian, M.Sc., Archana Manikere, B.EFeedback
Abstract: To study the DNA integrity of spermatozoa of infertile men before and after cryopreservation and to establish the difference between four groups of patients namely Normozoospermic, Oligozoospermic, Asthenozoospermic and Teratozoospermic men.
Authors: D. Ramesh Raja, Sasikala Natrajamani, RamakrishnanFeedback
Abstract: The aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence of diabetes in infertile male population attending our fertility center and to study the correlation between the fasting blood sugar levels and semen parameters like semen volume, sperm concentration, motility and morphology as analyzed by WHO standards.
Authors: Natrajamani S.T., Subramanian M., Pazhanimuthu SFeedback