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Figure 1: Five testicular histopathological patterns based on spermatogenesis. (a) Sertoli cell-only (A). (b) Early maturation arrest with spermatocyte cells (B). (c) Late maturation arrest with spermatids (C). (d) Hypospermatogenesis, which is marked by decreased number of normal spermatozoa (D). (e) Normal spermatogenesis (E).

Figure 1: Five testicular histopathological patterns based on spermatogenesis. (<b>a</b>) Sertoli cell-only (A). (<b>b</b>) Early maturation arrest with spermatocyte cells (B). (<b>c</b>) Late maturation arrest with spermatids (C). (<b>d</b>) Hypospermatogenesis, which is marked by decreased number of normal spermatozoa (D). (<b>e</b>) Normal spermatogenesis (E).