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“…Similar results of mean pre and post-operative values of 0.6295 of RI were reported increased mean values of RI on post-operative day 90 th . 10,12,14,15,19 However, these differences were not statistically significant in either of the studies.…”
Section: Resistance Index and Pulsatility Indexmentioning
confidence: 77%
“…Similar results of mean pre and post-operative values of 0.6295 of RI were reported increased mean values of RI on post-operative day 90 th . 10,12,14,15,19 However, these differences were not statistically significant in either of the studies.…”
Section: Resistance Index and Pulsatility Indexmentioning
confidence: 77%
“…8,9 An uncommonbut-dreaded complication of inguinal hernia repair is postoperative testicular atrophy, which can lead to infertility; however, irrespective of the chosen technique, the effect of hernia repair on testicular perfusion and function is not well known. 10,11 The limited number of studies that have compared the effects of both techniques on the spermatic cord and testicular functions in long term is another reason for the suspicions of some surgeons about laparoscopic repair techniques of conventional hernias. On the basis of our experience, we advocate that laparoscopic surgery is safe for the spermatic cord and does not cause trauma in experienced hands.…”
Section: Article In Pressmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Each of these structures could be various effects on testicular perfusion. The testicular arteries arise from the abdominal aorta just below the renal artery and travel in the intermediate stratum of the retroperitoneum to reach the internal inguinal ring and become a component of spermatic cord (Brooks 2007 ; Dilek 2010 ). Beck et al reported an anatomic study of over 100 spermatic cords identified a single internal spermatic artery in 50% of cases, with two arteries in 30% of spermatic cords and three arteries for 20% (Brooks 2007 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The vascular arrangement in the pampiniform plexus, with the counterflowing artery and veins separated only by the thickness of their vascular wall in some areas, facilitates the exchange of heat and small molecules. The countercurrent exchange of heat in the spermatic cord provides blood to the testis that is a specialized structure that functions optimally 2°C to 4°C lower than the rectal temperatures in normal men (Dilek 2010 ; Silber 2000 ; Junge et al 2011 ). A loss of the temperature differential may lead to testicular dysfunction (Abramson et al 1978 ; Mieusset et al 1987 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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