varicocele


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dilatation of the veins associated with the spermatic cord in the testes

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Obviously, in the future, it is necessary to design a study in animal models for spermatic varicocele which includes a pure placebo group and an escin group.
Assessment of efficacy of varicocele repair for male subfertility: a systematic review.
A A VARICOCELE is a medical term given to a swelling of one or both testicles caused by varicose veins in the scrotum.
L'education sur les facteurs ayant une incidence sur la spermatogenese, le traitement des varicoceles et l'insemination artificielle figurent parmi les options de traitement.
Most require no treatment unless they are painful or affect fertility (the warm blood in the varicocele can overheat the testicle, reducing sperm production).
In a new study of about 200 boys ages 10 to 14, more than a quarter of those who played soccer for 10 or more hours a week had a varicocele - a varicose vein around one of the two spermatic cords, which sperm travel through from the testicles.
I was referred to a specialist for examination and diagnosed as having two unrelated problems: a varicocele and retrograde ejaculation.
Varicocele, a varicose vein-like syndrome in the spermatic cord of male genitalia, is one of the most common causes of male infertility, a symptom that accounts for at least half of all infertility.
The study involved six male patients who had conditions related to venous peripheral disease, known as varicocele.
Varicocele is an abnormal enlargement and tortuosity of the pampiniform plexus of veins in the spermatic cord.
The procedure involves use of coils and sclerosing agents to block blood flow to the dilated vessels in the varicocele.
collateral effects of various pathological iatrogenic and environmental factors including: cancer, antineoplastic drugs (44), varicocele (45), high fever (46), leukocytospermia (47), centrifugal pelleting and other conditions of sperm handling (34, 48), occupational exposure to toxic agents, eg.
QI WAS diagnosed with a varicocele - can I do anything about it?