Key clinical point: Sperm abnormalities may play a role in some cases of recurrent pregnancy loss.
Major finding: Mean seminal reactive oxidative stress was four times higher than that in controls (9.3 vs. 2.3 relative light units/sec per 106 sperm; P less than .05).
Data source: Matched-control comparison
Disclosures: Dr. Dimakopoulou and her colleagues reported no relevant financial relationships.
Dimakopoulou AP et al. ENDO 2019, Session.
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