Male infertility due to large-headed multiflagellar polyploid spermatozoa
Synonyms: Macrocephalic sperm head syndrome | Male infertility due to macrozoospermia
A rare male infertility due to a sperm disorder characterized by the presence in sperm of a very high percentage of spermatozoa with enlarged head irregular head shape multiple flagella and abnormal midpiece and acrosome. It is generally associated with severe oligoasthenozoospermia and a high rate of sperm chromosomal abnormalities (polyploidy aneuploidy).
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