UM Miller School Performs First-Ever Male Fertility Microsurgery Using Innovative Imaging Tool

UM Miller School Performs First-Ever Male Fertility Microsurgery Using Innovative Imaging Tool

A team from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine performed the first-ever male infertility microsurgery in Florida using the ORBEYE, a 4K-3D video microscope. So far, they have used the tool for more than 15 fertility microsurgeries ranging from vasectomy reversals to microsurgical varicelectomy.

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