Surgery of the Male Genital Tract

  • Donald E. DeWitt

Abstract

Vasectomy, a simple, low-complication procedure, has been performed for many years in physicians’ offices. It continues to be a frequently chosen method of birth control by individuals with completed families. A newer technique, the nonscalpel method is now common in the United States, having been originally introduced from China.

Keywords

Spermatic Cord Testicular Tumor American Urologic Association Penile Cancer Granular Cell Tumor 
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