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Confirm Y Chromosome Microdeletions
Microdeletions in the Y-Chromosome, “MYC” (“Mike”, for short), a congenital condition has been shown to cause Azoospermia and severe Oligozoospermia. Estimates report that one in five men with idiopathic Azoospermia, severe Oligozoospermia and or Teratozoospermia have one or more such microdeletions.
Since any one of a number of factors can result in Azoospermia or severe Oligozoospermia, a “MYC” Test can pinpoint any congenital causes.
Order: Y Chromosome Deletion