Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 1st, 2005
A group of surgeons in Taiwan conducted a study "to compare the outcome of loupe-assisted, modified one-layer vasovasostomy (MOLV) and conventional microsurgical MOLV for vasectomy reversal."
"We retrospectively analyzed data for 74 patients who had a MOLV between 1993 and 2003," explained M.L. Hsieh and coauthors at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital. Of the 74 patients studied, "42 had the standard microsurgical (x 10-16) MOLV (group 1, mean age 40.5 years, SD 6.3, range 30-58) and 32 had a loupe-assisted (x 3) MOLV (group 2, mean age...
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