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The uterus Uterine factors may be the cause of infertility in a small proportion of patients. Fibroids Uterine ﬁbroids are smooth muscle tumours of the uterus which are quite common, being found in up to 20% or more of females. The incidence is even higher in women of African descent. A more scientiﬁc term for ﬁbroid is leiomyoma. Fibroids usually do not present symptoms and are discovered accidentally during routine pelvic examination for other reasons such as contraceptive advice or taking cervical smears.
Some of these genetic abnormalities can be transmitted to the male oﬀspring of men with such abnormalities. Acquired testicular damage The virus that causes mumps can also infect the testes in 20–30% of males who contract this infection after puberty. There is a high likelihood of testicular damage in such circumstances and this may be irreversible in some cases. Other infections that have been associated with male infertility (Rowe et al. 2000) include tuberculosis, bilharziasis, gonorrhoea, chlamydia, ﬁlariasis, typhoid, inﬂuenza, brucellosis and syphilis.
Encyclopedia of the History of Arabic Science, Vol. 3 by Roshdi Rashed (ed.)