Give some details about anatomical Origin of varicocele?

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First answer by Cristina Roz. Last edit by Cristina Roz.
The veins involved belong to pampiniform plexus. Their dilation and tortuosity gives the varicocele.
The route of this plexus is located on the back of the testis, epididymis and vas deferens; then it went into the spermatic cord. The end of the journey of these veins is found in the gonadal veins or testicles veins.
The gonadal veins drain into the vena cava.
Venules plexus pampiniform normally have a size ranging between 0.5 and 1.5 mm. In the case of a varicocele, their dilatation is more than 2 mm of the diameter.

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