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5/27/20
Non Scalpel Vasectomy - Medical Animation
 
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Non Scalpel Vasectomy - Medical Animation
This 3D animation demonstrates a non scalpel vasectomy procedure. A vasectomy is a surgical procedure where the vas deferens (the tubes that carry a man’s sperm from his scrotum to his urethra) is cut. The urethra is the tube that carries sperm and urine out of the penis.

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