In cases of non-obstructive azoospermia, when the level of spermatogenesis is very low, the most suitable examination method is biopsy with multiple tissues.

With this method, an expert urologist surgeon, using a microscope, cuts the healthier testicular tubules in which spermatozoa are most likely to be found. A clinical embryologist, who, with the help of another microscope during the surgery, checks the samples for the presence of spermatozoa, directly inspects these samples. If mature sperm are found, they will be frozen or used directly to fertilise the female partner’s oocytes.


• Experience since 1995.
• Using a special microscope, the embryologist is next to the surgeon to ensure the thorough examination of the testicular tissue
• Large number of cases with a high fertilisation rate and implantation