vasovasostomy

[vas-oh-va-sos-tuh-mee, vey-zoh-]
noun, plural vasovasostomies.
the reversal of a vasectomy, performed by surgical reconnection of the severed ends of the vas deferens.

Origin:
vaso- + vaso- + -stomy

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vasovasostomy va·so·va·sos·to·my (vā'zō-vā-zŏs'tə-mē)
n.
Surgical creation of a passage connecting the ends of a severed vas deferens, usually to restore fertility in a vasectomized man.

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