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Figure 1: Findings from micro-TESE for subject with the live birth. (a) Note plump seminiferous tubules with active spermatogenesis immediately distal to the forceps. In contrast, most of the remaining tubules are small and likely inactive. (b) This area was excised for sperm retrieval. micro-TESE: microscopic testicular sperm extraction.

Figure 1: Findings from micro-TESE for subject with the live birth. (<b>a</b>) Note plump seminiferous tubules with active spermatogenesis immediately distal to the forceps. In contrast, most of the remaining tubules are small and likely inactive. (<b>b</b>) This area was excised for sperm retrieval. micro-TESE: microscopic testicular sperm extraction.