MSOME (Motile Sperm Organelle Morphology Examination) is a process performed at the Male Fertility Center under an overall optical magnification of 6300. MSOME is a diagnostic tool that enables the MFC embryologists to determine, whether the IMSI procedure should be used, or whether standard ICSI is sufficient. MSOME can be used as a diagnostic tool for male infertility in cases of normal semen analysis.

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The Male Fertility Center offers careful and accurate search for small numbers of spermatozoa. Careful searching enables detection of a few spermatozoa, even in cases which have been previously diagnosed as Azoospermia during routine semen analysis. The search for rare spermatozoa and its successful results to date, offer a ray of hope to males previously diagnosed with Azoospermia.

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At the Male Fertility Center, a novel technique of cryopreservation of very low numbers of spermatozoa aims to maximize fertility perseveration for males after testicular sperm extraction (TESE) or for males who require sperm cryopreservation. Freezing small numbers of spermatozoa is also designed to reduce the need for additional TESE procedures, in cases in which pregnancy did not occur.

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Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection (IMSI) is a modified microinjection procedure, performed at the Male Fertility Center, in which sperm cells are selected for fertilization, under optical magnification of at least 6300. During IMSI, the sperm with normal head morphology will be selected for injection into eggs.

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