Modification of forms of sperm in the testicles of men with inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system

Sharapova, E.N. (2019) Modification of forms of sperm in the testicles of men with inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system. In: Topical issues of the development of modern science. Abstracts of the 4th International scientific and practical conference. Publishing House “ACCENT”, Sofia, Bulgaria, pp. 631-636. ISBN 978-619-93537-5-2

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Abstract

This paper presents information on the process of the formation of germ cells in men with inflammatory diseases of the genital organs that have been exposed to electromagnetic fields. Оbservations of spermatozoa showed that there were more living cells than nonliving (respectively, 50.19% and 48.81%). During the observation, a violation of cell motility was detected in the direction of increasing the number of motionless cells to 37.4% and sedentary to 56,33%. The influence of the electromagnetic field led to disruption of the spermatogenesis process at the stage of formation of late spermatids and spermatozoa. As a result of the non-coordinated divergence by acrosome of germ cells, cells with double heads, deformed necks and bifurcated flagella were formed. The sperm heads, which accounted for 32.6%, subjected to greatest deformation, changes in the structures of the cervix is defined 7.21% and changes in the structures of the tails - 3.72%.

Item Type: Book Section
Additional Information: The 4th International scientific and practical conference “Topical issues of the development of modern science” (December 11-13, 2019) Publishing House “ACCENT”, Sofia, Bulgaria. 2019. 1064 p.
Uncontrolled Keywords: electromagnetic fields, spermatozoa, acrosome, motility.
Subjects: Anatomy
Morphology
Andrology
Divisions: Departments > Department of Clinical Anatomy, Anatomy and Operative Surgery
Depositing User: Елена Шрамко
Date Deposited: 10 Mar 2021 11:02
Last Modified: 10 Mar 2021 11:05
URI: http://repo.dma.dp.ua/id/eprint/6306

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