In the male, spermatic test are done to watch sterility proceeding from seminal anomalies: lack of spermatozoa in ejaculate (azoospermia), inadequate concentration (oligozoospermia), high ratio of spermatic malformation, etc.
Detached tests are:
Consists of observation and characterisation macroscopic as well as microscopic of ejaculate.
This is a study of masculine originated infertility. The andrologist inserts data given from laboratory into the medical work for observation and analysis of the reproductive capacity of the male. So anatomic, biologic, hormonal and also psychological data are combined to see which might be the possible reason of anomaly reproductive capacity of the patient.
It is a part of the spermiogram, but basically it is an essential process in any assisted reproductive technique, now that it is based on the liberation of the spermatozoa from the seminal fluid. The dead spermatozoa and other cells that can be found in the ejaculate are removed. After having cleaned the ejaculate several times spermatozoa are completely separated from the rest of the ejaculate and will remain, until their use, in an adequate fluid.