“Conventional” vasectomy is a simple, low-complication procedure that 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. It is interesting to note, however, that the nonscalpel method introduced in the United States during the 1980s is gaining popularity as an alternative method.
KeywordsTesticular Cancer Squamous Cell Cancer Spermatic Cord Penile Cancer Testicular Torsion
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