Why choose a no-scalpel vasectomy?

The question may really be, why not choose a no-scalpel vasectomy? Although different physicians performing vasectomies may do so with multiple different techniques, there are generally two main techniques: the no-scalpel technique and the incisional technique. The incisional vasectomy technique is the traditional, older method of using a scalpel to make a 1 cm incision to isolate the vas deferens. …

Kavoussi teaches about robot assisted microsurgical vasectomy reversal to the Urology Department at University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio

Although the majority of Dr. Kavoussi’s career is dedicated to clinical practice and taking care of patients, he enjoys his position as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Urology at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio. He recently gave a lecture to the Urology Department in San Antonio on care for the subfertile male. …

Specialists should handle vasectomy reversal cases says 10-year study

Published in: ScienceCodex.com Vasectomy reversals should be carried out by urology specialists with access to appropriate micro-surgical training and assisted reproductive technologies and not general urology surgeons, according to research published in the October issue of BJUI. The findings are based on a series of surveys carried out among consultant members of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) over …

Reversing the Vasectomy

Published in: Austin Fit Magazine The vas deferens: one of the vast differences between men and women. It is basically a small, hollow tube with the consistency of a wet noodle that allows the transit of sperm cells from the testicle on their way to the outside world to try to win the race and be the luckiest, or fittest, …