Spermiogram and all laboratory sperm analyzes, both basic and specialized, are performed in accordance with internationally accepted principles of the World Health Organization (WHO) and other prominent international laboratory research centers (e.g. Strict morphology assessment criteria, as per Tygerberg).
The Laboratory scientists are always willing to provide the best service possible to all clients facing infertility problems. Throughout the whole procedure, beginning with the arrangement of the appointment until the delivery of the test results, they stand by the side of patients, ready to discuss with them in detail any question or requirement they may have.
A personalized approach to each individual case is of great significance, with particular emphasis given on its diagnostic needs. Depending on the requirements of each patient, either the basic examination may be performed (spermiogram and sperm morphology assessment) or a specialized sperm examination may be more suitable, in the form of an “examination package”.
- The strong>conventional semen analysis defines primarily whether it is necessary to perform further investigation of the findings.It includes spermogram as well as the Sperm Morphology Assessment.
- Thefull semenanalysis is a detailed overview of the condition of the sperm, providing clinical doctors with documented information, based on which, the therapeutic approach for each infertile man is decided.
It includes the basic analysis (spermiogram and sperm morphology) as well as an isolation test of the best spermatozoa, and afterwards the study of their longevity in culture medium for 24 hours or more.