Hospitals and health systems can license this video for content marketing or patient engagement. Learn more: http://www.nucleushealth.com/ytpatientengagement This video, created by Nucleus Medical Media, shows the anatomy of the male reproductive system with a focus on the testicles and spermatic cord. The formation of swollen veins in the scrotum, called a varicocele, is explained, as well the most common surgical treatment for this condition. ANH14119
Left sided varicocele. Varicocelectomy
Disclaimer:This channel is intended as an Encyclopedia for Medical Practitioners. Videos on this channel contain surgical procedures that may be graphic in nature. Viewer discretion is advised. www.devendrahospital.com Devendra Hospital 55 Prabhat Nagar Bareilly, UP Phone: +91 9359103564; +91 8218282941 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Varicoceles are enlarged varicose veins that occur in the scrotum. They are fairly common, affecting 15 out of 100 men overall and 40 out of 100 men with known infertility. Varicoceles occur most often in the left testicle. Varicocele repair is done to improve male fertility.Varicocele Corrective Surgery performed under Iliohypogastric & Ilioinguinal nerve block. Notice: All photographs, videos, and information displayed in the channel is the property of Dr. Devendra K. Gupta. (c) reserved by Dr. Devendra K. Gupta
Watch a webcast on varicocele surgery at Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan, NYC. Varicoceles are abnormal blood vessels surrounding the testicles, are the leading cause of male infertility and are present in 40% of men visiting infertility clinics. Dr. Harris M. Nagler, Chairman of the Berger Department of Urology at Beth Israel and a nationally known expert in treating varicoceles and male infertitlity, will perform the surgery. Watch the webcast at: http://www.orlive.com/chp/videos/varicocele-surgery
Mikroskopik Varikoselektomi (Microscopic Varicocelectomy) Yrd.Doç.Dr.Ayhan Karaköse Üroloji Uzmanı
http://www.urologybook.com presents varicocelectomy using microsurgical techniques in a gentleman with symptomatic varicocele. This surgery may be used in certain cases for men with infertility issues. Raymond Costabile MD and Cara B. Cimmino MD surgeons. For details of the surgery, please see the website.
The current standard of care for the surgical treatment male infertility associated with clinical varicocele and abnormal semen parameters. With the use of operating microscope and a microdoppler preservation of testicular artery, lymphatics and individual ligation of veins can be precisely performed, preventing the complications of testicular atrophy, hydrocele formation and recurrence. For more information email at :firstname.lastname@example.org or send message thru text/SMS +639196084859
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