Interventional Radiology Chicago
- 28 Feb, 2017
A varicocele is a commonly occurring condition in younger men. Most are harmless, but they may cause scrotal pain, testicular atrophy, and can be associated with infertility. A varicocele is a network of varicose veins in the scrotum. Traditionally, these have been repaired by open surgery, with a urologic surgeon cutting down to ligate the veins. This usually cures the problem, but involves some risks associated with surgery, and has a recovery period of several weeks.Our group, Vascular and Interventional Radiology Chicago are experts at performing a newer, high-tech, non-surgical procedure to treat varicocele called varicocele embolization.
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