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Vasovasostomy in rabbits after vasectomy or vas occlusion by tantalum clip.

Vasovasostomy was performed in rabbits that had been vasectomized or had the vas occluded by a tantalum clip for 6 or 15 months. Vasovasostomy restored fertility to 40-50% in vasectomized rabbits and 60-70% in the tantalum clip-occluded animals. Any changes that occurred due to vasectomy and tantalum clip occlusion (e.g. testicular weight, enzyme concentrations in the testis) returned to normal within 3-6 months of vasovasostomy. We suggest that vas occlusion with tantalum clips is a good method of surgical male sterilization and has a high success rate for restoration of fertility.[1]

References

  1. Vasovasostomy in rabbits after vasectomy or vas occlusion by tantalum clip. Lohiya, N.K., Tiwari, S.N. J. Reprod. Fertil. (1984) [Pubmed]
 
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