Each day, clinicians and scientists are learning more about the acute and long-term health effects of COVID-19 on the body. A new study from the University of Georgia explores the potential impact of the virus on male fertility.
The article, published recently in Nature Reviews Urology, reviews the ways SARS-CoV-2 might target and infect testicular cells. The authors also provide an experimental framework for tracking how the virus could impact testicular function and fertility in acute COVID-19 patients.
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