Robot Assisted Vasectomy Reversal Study by Dr. Parviz Kavoussi Austin, TX

As an International Leader in This Operation, Dr. Parviz Kavoussi Publishes Study on Robot Assisted Vasectomy Reversal

Dr. Parviz Kavoussi has become an international leader in robot assisted vasectomy reversal. He is one of the pioneers in this operation helping to advance the field clinically for his patients and scientifically for the medical and academic community. He has given lectures at national and international scientific conferences around the world on robot assisted vasectomy reversal. He recently published one of the first studies in a peer reviewed scientific journal showing the potential advantage of robot assistance for surgeons performing vasectomy reversals.

Dr. Kavoussi states, “this technology has been the first major step forward in progressing microsurgery in decades. The use of the operative robot for vasectomy reversals specifically offers the potential advantages of elimination of any physiological tremor, improved stability, surgeon ergonomics/decreased surgeon fatigue, scalability of motion, three-dimensional high-definition visualization, the ability for the surgeon to manipulate three surgical instruments and camera simultaneously, and the potential to improve operative times.”

When a man seeks the right doctor for a vasectomy reversal, it is important to know what kind of outcomes that doctor can provide for the patient. It is one thing to have a doctor talk about success rates based on other studies. At Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine, the patient can be sure about Dr. Kavoussi’s vasectomy reversal outcomes as they have been published in a peer reviewed scientific journal. Dr. Kavoussi is a strong advocate for using the robotic technique for this procedure and states, “Robot assisted vasectomy reversals bring the worlds of human and technological surgical capabilities together. It combines the knowledge, judgment, and the understanding of meticulous tissue handling techniques with the precision of a machine.”

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