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Objectives To determine the efficacy, evaluate the safety and assess side‐effects (swelling, haematoma and pain) of percutaneous… Expand The increasing popularity of the no-scalpel vasectomy (NSV) technique in the United States is driven by patient demand for… Expand
Chinese scientists have reported on new chemical and reversible vasectomy methods. Although data is difficult to confirm… Expand This report describes the procedure for percutaneous injection of silicone to form plugs in the vas deferens. The injection of 0… Expand This report describes the safety and efficacy of the procedure for percutaneous injection of medical-grade polyurethane elastomer… Expand A new approach to rapid male sterilization has been studied by giving a single injection of 95% ethanol directly into the vas… Expand
504 of 554 volunteers who underwent vasocclusion with an intravasal thread were followed up. Of these 174 men had 1 cm nylon… Expand
The vasectomy technique of Dr. Hee Yong Lee, deliberately designed to allow for the possibility of reversibility, is described… Expand
A reversible vas occlusion method involving the insertion of nonreactive and nonabsorbable suture materials such as surgical… Expand
The effectiveness of an intravasal thread (IVT) in blocking sperm passage, and the possibility of reversibility, were studied… Expand