Giuseppe Tritto

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The function of a new experimental microsurgical model of tubulovasostomy is evaluated. The model is represented by an end-to-end tubulodeferential anastomosis after removal of the proximal (juxtaepididymal) half of the vas deferens and segmental unfolding of the distal part of the epididymal tubule. Both anastomosed segments are evaluated for(More)
Testicular descent is a complex mechanism influenced by hormonal and anatomical factors. Whatever the age of the patient or the descent technique used for either one or both testes, there is a risk of degeneration and sterility counts. Anatomical studies and the results of sperm are important, hence the importance of establishing a precise anatomical and(More)
The wall of the eye bulbs of 15 chick embryos, immediately after their transfer to Hanks fluid, was irradiated with a CO2 laser, focused on the 12th conjunctival papilla or on its prospective area. This 'in vitro' irradiation was performed under the following main parameters: (a) beam power congruent to 4W; (b) exposure time = 1/30 sec; (c) thickness of the(More)
Microsurgery and processes involving cell manipulation or cell surgery are clinical practices where the operator works at or beyond the threshold of human dexterity. Current tools available are conventional in their design, and this limits consistency and the level of reliability and achievement. Surgical robotic devices have been explored to improve(More)
A new reconstructive microsurgical model of the epididymo-deferential complex was performed in the rat to study the plastic adaptation of the distal epididymal tubule in transposition and/or substitution procedures. The model consists of three steps: endoluminal stripping of the mucosa of the proximal half of the vas deferens; pull-through technique for the(More)