The first results of the new ROSI technique described by Atsushi Tanaka, which has been in use for the last 5 years, have created a hope for patients with azoospermia.
The fluid that the sperm cells swim in, namely seminal plasma, looks exactly like the sea. Just as the fish swimming in the sea, sperm cells also float in the seminal plasma.
The question that confuses most the mind of a couple who intends to have a child is whether this will happen with assisted reproductive technologies (IVF/ICSI) or should they wait for a natural pregnancy.
The new ROSI procedure which is defined as round spermatid injection into the oocyte evoked a new hope of becoming father in azoospermic men with no mature sperm cells in their testicles...
The ROSI technique, defined as the injection of spermatids into the oocyte by a unique technique, was described by Atsushi Tanaka, et al., in 2015.
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