Multi-layer Microdot Vasovasostomy Step 4

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For information about the microdot multilayer procedure. Click on the steps below.

Multi-layer Microdot Vasovasostomy

Step 4

The consequences of joining the vas in this way are as shown in this diagram, a narrow channel is formed for the sperms to swim through under pressure leading to low sperm counts, poor sperm quality (because they expend too much energy swimming through a narrow junction) and early scarring and closure of the join. This technique is used all across the UK and in clinics that perform reversals quickly with up to 6-8 patients in one day.

Multi-layer Microdot Vasovasostomy Step 4

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the 7 steps

Information about the microdot multilayer procedure.

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