Background: Infertility is one of the major problems in developed as well as many developing countries. Study of testicular histopathology in primary infertility to segregate the cases of NOA with purpose for identify patients are fit for TESE and ICSI or adoption.
Material and Methods: 46 cases of open biopsy of testis, selected between 2014 to 2019 subjected to Histopatologic examination.
Results: Only 4.3% cases are having normal testicular pathology and rest 95.7 % cases are having testicular pathology. All the 46 patients who were subjected for HPE, SCOS 52.2%, Hypospermatogenesis 17%, maturation arrest 10.8% and atrophy or fibrosis is 15.2 % and only 4.3% cases had normal histology.
Conclusion: We could identify patients fit for ART, TESE, ICSI and adoption.
Abbreviations: ART-Artificial reproductive technique, TESE-Testicular sperm extraction, SCOS- Sertoli cell only syndrome, HPE- Histopathological examination, NOA-Non obstructive azoospermia, ICSI-Intracytoplasmic sperm insemination.