Spontaneous recanalisation of the divided vas deferens.

@article{Pugh1969SpontaneousRO,
  title={Spontaneous recanalisation of the divided vas deferens.},
  author={R. Pugh and H. Hanley},
  journal={British journal of urology},
  year={1969},
  volume={41 3},
  pages={
          340-7
        }
}
In 7 healthy adult males subjected to bilateral vasectomy spontaneous recanalisation of the divided vas deferens occurred. The vasa had been either resected and tied (3 Group I) or cut and tied (4 Group II). The operation was considered a failure if the wife became pregnant (3 men) or if sperm continued to be found in the ejaculate for longer than the 3-5 months usually considered necessary to empty the vesicles (4). In all 7 men reexplorations were performed and vas segments were removed from… Expand
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