Sunday, July 2, 2017

Varicocele And Kindred Disorders

This is a fairly common male disorder, consisting of a swelling or enlargement of the veins of the spermatic cord present in the scrotum. The enlargement of the vessels may be slight and insignificant or so prominent that the scrotum also becomes quite swollen and pendulous. Usually it exists in mild degree, and is said to occur in about one in every ten young men. Many of those with mild varicocele give the condition more thought and worry more about it than some with a pronounced degree. The condition results from disturbances of the local circulation.

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