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into a long vein that goes up through the abdomen. The direction of blood flow in this vein should always be up, toward the heart. A series of one-way valves in the vein prevent the reverse flow of blood back to the testicles.
Sometimes a varicocele can be diagnosed during a physical examination. A large varicocele may make the scrotum look lumpy so it resembles "a bag of worms" (see Figure 2).
In this type of varicocele treatment, the surgeon makes an incision above the scrotum (or higher in the flank area) and cuts through the layers of tissue to expose the veins (see Figure 3).
Varicocele embolization is an outpatient procedure that is performed without general anesthesia using "twilight" sedation. In this type of varicocele treatment, a small tube is inserted into the groin through a small nick in the skin (about the size of the lead in a pencil). Sometimes the tube is put in through a vein in the right side of the neck. The skin is numbed for this procedure and it is not painful. Next, a small catheter, or tube, is painlessly guided up into the abdomen and into the varicocele vein under the guidance of x-ray imaging (see Figure 4).
A dye is injected to create an x-ray map (venogram) of the vein and tiny aldwlyaldwlyaldwlyaldwlyl coils or other embolizing substances are inserted through the catheter to block the flow of blood to the vein (see Figure 5).
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