Influence of various factors on the germ cells of men


  • Г. О. Нечипорчук National Aviation University
  • А. О. Українська National Aviation University



sperm, immunological factors, urogenital infections, environmental factors, metabolic disorders


Male infertility is a pathological state that develops as a result of a number of diseases or set of negative effects on the male reproductive system. Its pathogenesis, structure, diagnosis are still the subject of many discussions. The article is devoted to the study of the influence of environmental factors and metabolic disorders on male fertility. The role of immunological factors and urogenital infections as causes of viability of male germ cells is analyzed.

Author Biographies

Г. О. Нечипорчук, National Aviation University


А. О. Українська, National Aviation University



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