Vascular Diseases, Arterial Disease and Venous Disease

Testicular/scrotal varicocele is characterized as a group of enlarged veins in the scrotum which are often the result of problems with the valves in the scrotal veins.  This condition rarely causes pain and most men do not realize they have a varicocele until it is diagnosed by a physician, typically during male infertility work-up or work-up for enlarged scrotum or testis.  When varicocele causes pain, it may alternate from dull to sharp, worsen upon standing and ease when lying on your back.

If you’ve been diagnosed with testicular/scrotal varicocele, or, you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, give Minimally Invasive Vascular a call to schedule an appointment.

  • Testicular or scrotal pain
  • Enlarged veins in the scrotum
  • Infertility
  • Low testosterone
  • Abnormal look and feel of the scrotum
  • Different sized testicles
  • Diagnosis with on-site Duplex Ultrasound
  • Intra Vascular Ultra Sound (IVUS)
  • Venography
  • Treatment with Embolization and Sclerotherapy