James Sisak

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The testes of Lewis rats were studied at intervals from 2 weeks to 3 months after bilateral vasectomy, vasectomy followed 1 month later by vasovasostomy, or sham operations. Aims were to determine the nature of early alterations after vasectomy, and to determine whether vasovasostomy after 1 month would result in reversal of vasectomy-induced changes.(More)
The epididymides of Lewis rats were studied at intervals up to 7 months after vasectomy, vasectomy followed 3 months later by vasovasostomy, or sham operations. Epididymal histology was related to testicular alterations and to serum antisperm antibodies as determined with an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. In vasectomy and vasovasostomy groups. 13 of 33(More)
The response of the male reproductive tract to vasectomy includes inflammation of the interstitial tissue of the epididymis. The pathogenesis of epididymal interstitial reactions and characteristics of the responding cells were studied by electron microscopy in Lewis rats at intervals following bilateral vasectomy, vasectomy followed 1 month later by(More)
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OBJECTIVE To determine if fertility after vasovasostomy of immunologically responsive Lewis rats differs from that of the less responsive Sprague-Dawley strain and to relate fertility to antisperm antibodies, fluid flow in the vas deferens, and testicular structure. DESIGN Male rats received: (1) bilateral vasectomies; (2) vasectomies followed 3 months(More)
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