Definitions

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  • n. A branch of medicine concerned with male diseases and especially with those affecting the male reproductive system.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In the terminology of J. W. Powell, the whole theoretical science of individual man, physiological and psychological.

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Examples

  • The term andrology is derived from the Greek andros for "man".

    Pediatric Andrology Program and Research

  • Allan Pacey, a senior lecturer in andrology at the University of Sheffield said: I am absolutely delighted and overwhelmed to hear this news and it is long, long overdue.

    British IVF pioneer Robert Edwards wins Nobel prize for medicine

  • Dr Allan Pacey, a senior lecturer in andrology at Sheffield University and secretary of the British Fertility Society, said:

    Scientists Produce Artificial Sperm | Impact Lab

  • The BBC quoted a Dr. Allan Pacey, a senior lecturer in andrology at the University of Sheffield: "The best working theory we have to explain why sperm counts are may be declining is that chemicals from food or the environment are affecting the development of testicles of boys in the womb or in their early years of life."

    Maria Rodale: The Trouble with Testosterone

  • The goal of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Andrology Program is to achieve a full understanding of pediatric andrology in relation to the anatomy and physiology of gonadal formation, maturation, and future fertility and carcinoma formation.

    Pediatric Andrology Program and Research

  • The medical specialty of andrology focuses on reproductive and urological problems in boys and men.

    Pediatric Andrology Program and Research

  • Our interpretation is that age in and of itself does not reduce blood testosterone levels . . . but the accumulating disorders as men age, some preventable and some not, some genetic and some environmental, do have such an impact, albeit pretty modest," said study author Dr. David Handelsman, a professor of reproductive endocrinology and andrology at the University of Sydney."

    Age alone may not cause testosterone to fall

  • And while registration numbers have rallied since – thanks in part to recruitment drives – Dr Allan Pacey, senior lecturer in andrology at Sheffield University, points out that the UK is now having to import 20% of its sperm from abroad.

    Conceivable ideas: meet the modern sperm donor

  • For this book, we have relied upon the expertise of members of our fertility teams, who are among the most experienced and accomplished medical professionals in their fields, including specialists in reproductive endocrinology, reproductive urology, embryology, andrology, immunology, gynecology, and other related areas.

    A Baby at Last!

  • Dr Allan Pacey, senior lecturer in andrology at the University of Sheffield, said scientists had been concerned for some time that chemicals that mothers may be exposed to during pregnancy could cause reproductive problems in male babies.

    Common painkillers could be linked to male reproductive disorder

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