These pictures show extreme hematoma-related swelling and bruising after a vasectomy reversal (vasovasostomy)
This collection of pictures show an abnormally high level of bruising after a vasectomy.
A series of images showing a relatively standard recovery process for a vasectomy operation except for a minor infection. Very little swelling and bruising is present.
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A single photo showing the normal healing of a vasectomy incision after approximately one week.
These pictures show the progress of normal bruising and healing after a vasectomy.
This image set shows fairly typical bruising five days following a no scalpel vasectomy.
This photo set was taken two days after the operation and show a typical vasectomy recovery from a midline incision procedure.
These pictures are on day four after the no-scalpel vasectomy procedure.
Abnormal bruising to the penis several days after a vasectomy.
Photos showing the progress of vasectomy healing with the complication of a scrotal hematoma.
Photos of a very high level of bruising after a no scalpel vasectomy, including complications arising from hematoma.
Normal healing on day eight after a complication-free vasectomy.
A few images showing a higher-than-average amount of swelling five days after the vasectomy procedure.
A small, but useful, gallery of post-vasectomy scarring images.
Image gallery of extreme bruising and swelling after a vasectomy due to scrotal hematoma.