varicocelectomy


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varicocelectomy

n. varicocelectomía, cirugía de una parte de la bolsa escrotal.
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In a randomised controlled clinical trial, Al-Kandari et al [9] showed that subinguinal microsurgery was more effective than open inguinal or laparoscopic varicocelectomy in terms of improvement in semen quality and pregnancy outcome.
In this study, sperm recovery was confirmed in 20 out of 83 men with NOA (24%) within 12 months after varicocelectomy, including 10 of 27 patients 37% with maturation arrest (MA) and 9 of 13 (69%) with hypospermatogenesis.
33) On the other hand, randomized trials have shown improvement in semen parameters following varicocelectomy (see Treatment and outcomes).
sup][10] Varicocelectomy is the most commonly performed surgical treatment for male infertility.
Treatment may range from conservative care to pyeloplasty, varicocelectomy or nephrectomy depending upon the severity of the condition.
According to Elder (2011), the goal of varicocelectomy is to maximize fertility changes and is indicated in boys with a significant discrepancy in testicular size; successful removal of the varicocele typically allows catch-up growth of the smaller affected testes over a one- to two-year period.
21] Some of the authors have suggested improvement in sperm parameters after varicocelectomy with men having subclinical varicoceles.
2010) found no difference in atrophy or catch up growth after varicocelectomy between laparoscopic and open surgery.
Moreover, the absolute indications for varicocelectomy become debatable because of the uncertainty about the patients who will benefit from this treatment.
Currently, in SGH-Dubai, the minimally-invasive laparoscopic surgery is offered for many urologic procedures like varicocelectomy, kidney-cysts, kidney cancer (radical, partial), radical prostatectomy and pyeloplasty
This is an observational study performed by measuring ASAs before and after varicocelectomy.
Increased sperm DNA fragmentation after surgical varicocelectomy is associated with increased pregnancy rate.