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Cellular Damage to the Human Caput Epididymis Resulting from Vasal Obstruction

Cellular Damage to the Human Caput Epididymis Resulting from Vasal Obstruction

Unwanted vasectomy is now a common cause for people attending an infertility clinic. In 2009,around 23,700 vasectomies were carried out in Australia. With the high rate of marriage breakdown, now approaching 50%, many of these vasectomies come to be regretted. Little is written about the changes that occur proximal to a vasectomy. However the cases described in this small study and elsewhere indicate that more attention should be paid to the sperm aspirated from the epididymis among men with an inoperable obstructive lesion of either the epididymis or of the vas deferens.

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