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Office procedures. No-scalpel vasectomy.

Primary Care 1997 June
Vasectomy is a safe, permanent, and inexpensive method of surgical sterilization for men. No-scalpel vasectomy is an innovative approach for exposing the vas deferens that is associated with fewer complications than the standard technique of vasectomy (incisional). It has been used in this country since 1986. The no-scalpel vasectomy, preoperative counseling, management of complications, and evaluation of the postvasectomy semen specimen are described.

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