Testis and epididymis
Non-neoplastic testicular lesions
Reviewer: Sean Williamson, M.D. (see Reviewers page)
Revised: 20 April 2013, last major update December 2012
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- Dose related changes to seminiferous tubules occur due to alkylating agents, may cause germ cell aplasia
- After cyclophosphamide, patients become azoospermic until 15-49 months after therapy ceases; spermatogenesis may not return in some with germ cell aplasia
- Tubules are also damaged by methotrexate for psoriasis, Ara-C for ALL, DBCP exposure in petrochemical workers
End of Testis and epididymis > Non-neoplastic testicular lesions > Chemotherapy effect
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