vaso-orchidostomy

va·so-or·chi·dos·to·my

(vā'sō-ōr'ki-dos'tŏ-mē, vas'ō-),
Reestablishment of the interrupted seminiferous channels by uniting the tubules of the epididymis or the rete testis to the divided end of the vas deferens.
[vaso- + G. orchis, testis, + stoma, mouth]

vaso-orchidostomy

(vā′zō-ôr′kĭ-dŏs′tə-mē)
n.
Surgical reestablishment of blocked seminiferous channels by uniting the tubules of the epididymis or of the rete testis to the divided end of the vas deferens.

vaso-orchidostomy

(văs″ō-or″kĭd-ŏs′tō-mē) [″ + Gr. orchis, testicle, + stoma, mouth]
Surgical connection of the epididymis to the severed end of the vas deferens.

vaso-orchidostomy

anastomosis of the epididymis to the severed end of the vas (ductus) deferens.