What is an idiopathic varicocele?

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First answer by Cristina Roz. Last edit by Cristina Roz.
It is a varicocele, which develops from incontinence of anti-reflux valves. There's an ebb and cons to the venous blood stream. This blood is expected to take direction to the inferior vena cava from the right or gonadal vein to the renal gonadal left but the inability of the valves to keep them fully causes their back to plexus pampiniform.
It follows from this fact an accumulation of blood in small veins and dilation. This problem of venous circulation causes tissue damage in the testes. The idiopathic varicocele is usually located on the left side and its discovery is in men between 14 and 40 years old.

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