Exposure to metals/metalloids, including essential and nonessential elements, has been associated to male reproductive health in animals. However, findings from human studies are inconsistent.

Exposure to multiple metals/metalloids and human semen quality: A cross-sectional study

Calogero, Aldo E
Primo
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Fiore, Maria
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Giacone, Filippo;Altomare, Maria;Asero, Paola;Ledda, Caterina;Romeo, Giulietta;Mongioì, Laura M;Copat, Chiara;Vicari, Enzo;Sciacca, Salvatore;Ferrante, Margherita
Ultimo
2021-01-01

Abstract

Exposure to metals/metalloids, including essential and nonessential elements, has been associated to male reproductive health in animals. However, findings from human studies are inconsistent.
2021
Environmental pollution
Male infertility
Metals/metalloids
Semen quality
Adult
Arsenic
Body Fluids
Cadmium
Cross-Sectional Studies
Humans
Male
Mercury
Metalloids
Metals
Nickel
Selenium
Semen
Semen Analysis
Sperm Count
Sperm Motility
Spermatozoa
Vanadium
Environmental Exposure
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