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Volume 15 (4): 318-333, 2011
New laparoscopic vasectomy techniques in dogs.
Mohamed Marzok*, Mohamed Tawfik, Gamal El-sayad, Magdi Seleim
Department of Surgery, Anesthesiology and Radiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Kaferelsheikh University, Egypt
Marzok M, Tawfik M, El-sayad G, Seleim M., New laparoscopic vasectomy techniques in dogs, Online J Vet Res., 15 (4): 318-333, 2011. Dogs were subjected to laparoscopic vasectomy wherein the vas deference was either severed or occluded. Five new procedures are described with accompanying photographs. Results suggested that occlusive clipping laparoscopic sterilization was minimally invasive and faster.
Key words: Dog, laparoscopic vasectomy, techniques.