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Effects of TNF antagonists on sperm characteristics in patients with spondyloarthritis
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    A possible effect of anti TNF therapy on fertility

    Dear Editor,

    Little data has addressed the issue of male fertility on anti TNF Therapy. The recent article by Villiger and colleagues in this journal suggested that sperm quality of patients with spondyloarthritis receiving long term anti TNF inhibition therapy was comparable to that in healthy controls and imputed reassurance for male patients treated with anti TNF therapy for fatherhood.

    We report herein one...

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