Varicocele is a varicose veins of the testicle and spermatic cord. Varicocele is one of the most common diseases among men, which often leads to very unpleasant consequences.
With the development of varicocele in the testicular vein, blood circulation and nutrition are disturbed, which gradually leads to testicular atrophy. In addition, the outflow of heat to the venous vessels is disturbed, which eventually leads to impaired spermatogenesis. If a man has a history of varicocele, the body temperature in the pelvic organs rises, as a result, sperm production is disrupted or stopped.
Varicocele cannot be cured conservatively, but only operatively. In addition, if the disease has acquired later stages, then the operation is inevitable. Laparoscopic surgery for varicocele is one of the most advanced techniques that allows you to examine the internal spermatic vein, and provide a low invasiveness compared to other methods of treating varicocele. In addition, laparoscopic surgery for varicocele is considered the only method allowing the treatment of bilateral varicocele, and is recognized as the most optimal option for surgery, as it provides good visualization of the pelvic organs
An important advantage of this method of treatment is considered to be minimal trauma to the musculo-aponeurotic layer, quick recovery after the procedure and a good cosmetic effect.