ICSI is an advanced microsurgical fertilisation technique available for the treatment of male infertility. ICSI is a technique used in conjunction with IVF in which a single sperm cell is injected into the centre of an egg to achieve fertilisation.
ICSI can be used in situations where the male partner produces only a very small number of sperm or sperms which have extremely poor movement (motility) or no movement at all. ICSI is also used when sperm is surgically retrieved from the testes using PESA or TESE.
ICSI is an advanced microsurgical fertilisation technique used in cases where the male partner produces a very small number of sperm.