Clinical hormonal and immunological laboratory

In our facilities we offer complete laboratory service, with the necessary analyzes for the study of couples with infertility.

It is the study of fresh semen that can be considered as the most important analysis to determine the fertile potential of man. Its fundamental purpose is to evaluate the classic descriptive parameters of an ejaculate such as volume, sperm concentration, mobility and morphology.

It is a laboratory technique aimed at assessing the response of sperm to different procedures aimed at improving the sperm capacity for ovule fertilization.

  • FISH in sperm.
    It is a laboratory technique that allows to study the genetic material of sperm, is performed in certain patients with significant alterations in the spermogram, repeat miscarriages and implantation failures in order to guide a couple towards the Assisted Reproduction method more suitable.Screening of microdeletions of the Y chromosome.
    The microdeletions of the Y chromosome represent an important cause of male infertility. Their study could explain the infertility in a certain number of patients with azoospermia and severe oligozoospermia, its usefulness is applied to genetic counseling.

    Fragmentation of sperm DNA.
    Detects breakage or injury in the genetic material of the sperm, the greater the number of injuries, the lower the integrity of the genetic material, which is associated with low rates of fertilization, implantation, and spontaneous abortions. The systematic determination of DNA fragmentation is not usually included in the routine analysis of seminal quality.

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    This type of seminal manipulation is indicated in men with severe infertility, it is used in patients who have a high percentage of dead sperm. The sperm selection is achieved by magnetic attraction which manages to separate the healthy sperm without alterations from those that have a high rate of DNA fragmentation.

It is a procedure performed with a special X-ray technique called fluoroscopy. It allows the evaluation of the structure of the uterus, and the permeability of the fallopian tubes, after the injection of a contrast medium. The main abnormalities detected are uterine masses, adhesions, obstruction of the fallopian tubes, reopening of the tubes after surgery, among others.

Transvaginal ultrasound is a basic tool in the study of fertility, which allows an anatomical assessment of the uterus and ovaries. It is part of the physical examination in the first fertility consultation, guiding the study and management of each particular case.

It is a special ultrasound technique, minimally invasive, which provides images of the inside of the woman’s uterus. It allows to visualize the architecture of the uterine cavity identifying probable lesions not visible on conventional transvaginal ultrasound. It is done by introducing liquid medium into the cavity, thus separating the uterine walls. The ideal time for its realization is one week after menstruation when the endometrium is thin. It is a simple procedure and does not require special preparation before or after its completion.

Hysteroscopy is a procedure widely used in the study of women with fertility problems or recurrent loss of pregnancy. It allows to examine the uterine cavity the diagnosis of uterine alterations such as: fibromas, scars, polyps and congenital malformations. It allows in the same way to perform simple interventions that allow correcting these alterations.


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