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Varicocele repair

General Clinic of Thessaloniki Euromedica Varicocele > Varicocele repair

A varicocele is a scrotal abnormality defined by elongated, dilated and tortuous veins that drain the testicle. Varicoceles are common, observed in 15% of the general male population, and are presumably an evolutionary consequence of men’s upright posture. Most varicoceles (>80%) occur on the left side and the remainder on both sides. They are generally acquired during puberty.

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Bachtsetzis George
General Surgery
Kontoulis Theodore
Consultant Breast and Oncoplastic Surgeon
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General Clinic of Thessaloniki Euromedica

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Orchidectomy - Orchiectomy-Orchidectomy

Kyanous Stavros-Euromedica Testicular cancer > Orchidectomy

Orchiectomy/Orchidectomy is a surgical procedure in which one or both testicles are removed. The penis and the scrotum, the pouch of skin that holds the testicles, are left intact. An orchiectomy is done to stop most of the body's procreation of testosterone, which prostate cancer usually needs in order to continue expand.Simple orchiectomy is the removal of both testicles through an incision in the front of the scrotum. If desired, artificial testicles (saline implants) can be put into the scrotum.Subcapsular orchiectomy is the removal of the tissue from the lining of the testicles where testosterone is produced. This leaves a nearly normal-looking scrotum.These methods are equally sufficient for stopping the production of testosterone by the testicles

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Voulgaris Stelios
Surgeon Urologist, Andrologist, Specialist in Prostate Brachytherapy
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Orchidectomy with prosthetics - Orchiectomy-Orchidectomy

Kyanous Stavros-Euromedica Testicular cancer > Orchidectomy with prosthetics

Orchiectomy/Orchidectomy is a surgical procedure in which one or both testicles are removed. The penis and the scrotum, the pouch of skin that holds the testicles, are left intact. An orchiectomy is done to stop most of the body's procreation of testosterone, which prostate cancer usually needs in order to continue expand.Simple orchiectomy is the removal of both testicles through an incision in the front of the scrotum. If desired, artificial testicles (saline implants) can be put into the scrotum.Subcapsular orchiectomy is the removal of the tissue from the lining of the testicles where testosterone is produced. This leaves a nearly normal-looking scrotum.These methods are equally sufficient for stopping the production of testosterone by the testicles.

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Voulgaris Stelios
Surgeon Urologist, Andrologist, Specialist in Prostate Brachytherapy
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2390 €

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2704 €

Sclerotherapy

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest Varicocele > Sclerotherapy

A varicocele is an abnormality of the veins that take blood away from the testicles. The veins become bigger and more obvious, that may cause pain and lead to testicular atrophy (shrinkage of the testicles).

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Nichifor Rares
MD Radiologist
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PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest

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Sclerotherapy

MONZA HOSPITAL ARES at Constanta Varicocele > Sclerotherapy

A varicocele is an abnormality of the veins that take blood away from the testicles. The veins become bigger and more obvious, that may cause pain and lead to testicular atrophy (shrinkage of the testicles).

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Nechifor Rares
MD Radiologist
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MONZA HOSPITAL ARES at Constanta

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Surgical treatment (hydrocelectomy)

General Clinic of Thessaloniki Euromedica Hydrocele > Surgical treatment (hydrocelectomy)

Hydrocele repair is surgery to correct the swelling of the scrotum that occurs when you have a hydrocele. A hydrocele is the backup of fluid around a testicle.

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Vakalopoulos Ioannis
Surgeon Urologist
Zoupanos George
Pediatric urology surgeon
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General Clinic of Thessaloniki Euromedica

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Orchidectomy

General Clinic of Thessaloniki Euromedica Testicular cancer > Orchidectomy

Orchiectomy is removal of the testicles. The penis and the scrotum, the pouch of skin that holds the testicles, are left intact. An orchiectomy is done to stop most of the body's procreation of testosterone, which prostate cancer usually needs in order to continue expand.

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Vakalopoulos Ioannis
Surgeon Urologist
Zoupanos George
Pediatric urology surgeon
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Sclerotherapy

ARES Cardiology Center Varicocele > Sclerotherapy

A varicocele is an abnormality of the veins that take blood away from the testicles. The veins become bigger and more obvious, that may cause pain and lead to testicular atrophy (shrinkage of the testicles).

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Nechifor Rares
MD Cardiologist
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Endovascular Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest Erectile Dysfunction (ED) > Endovascular Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is defined as a permanent inability to obtain or maintain an erection for sexual intercourse. Difficulties with achieving an erection concern men of all age groups, and very often coexist with common diseases – such as atherosclerosis, hypertension, or diabetes.

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Nichifor Rares
MD Radiologist
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Endovascular Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

MONZA HOSPITAL ARES at Constanta Erectile Dysfunction (ED) > Endovascular Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is defined as a permanent inability to obtain or maintain an erection for sexual intercourse. Difficulties with achieving an erection concern men of all age groups, and very often coexist with common diseases – such as atherosclerosis, hypertension, or diabetes.

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Nechifor Rares
MD Radiologist
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MONZA HOSPITAL ARES at Constanta

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Varicocele repair

A varicocele is a scrotal abnormality defined by elongated, dilated and tortuous veins that drain the testicle. Varicoceles are common, observed in 15% of the general male population, and are presumably an evolutionary consequence of men’s upright posture. Most varicoceles (>80%) occur on the left side and the remainder on both sides. They are generally acquired during puberty.

Orchidectomy

Orchiectomy is removal of the testicles. The penis and the scrotum, the pouch of skin that holds the testicles, are left intact. An orchiectomy is done to stop most of the body's procreation of testosterone, which prostate cancer usually needs in order to continue expand.

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Personalize your knee replacement!

More than 600,000 knee-replacement surgeries are done in the United States every year, and as Baby Boomers continue to age, some say that figure will grow to 1 million within the next decade. Patients are increasingly choosing an option that allows doctors to build their patient’s knees.

Less than a year ago, climbing a flight of stairs would have been impossible for Amanda Fair-Evans. “I couldn’t even get out of the car, and I was like, ‘What is this?’” Fair-Evans said. The pain in her left knee was unbearable. Fair-Evans tried medication and cortisone shots and finally begged her doctor for surgery. “I have no quality of life,” Fair-Evans recalled saying. “I have grandkids and I want to play with my grandkids. Please give me a new knee.”

Dr. Mathew Pombo, an orthopedic surgeon, felt Fair-Evans would be a great candidate for a personalized replacement knee. A standing CT scan of a patient’s leg captures the alignment, followed by a three-dimensional printing process. “We can input components into the computer and print off a specific femur and a specific tibia that fits the bone perfectly,” Pombo said. It takes about six weeks for a medical company to create the custom knee. During surgery, doctors remove the damaged joint. Then, using individually designed tools, surgeons insert the new joint and cement it in. “It’s basically like putting a train on perfectly aligned train tracks,” Pombo said. “It should wear better.”

Five months later, Fair-Evans had her other knee replaced. Now she’s back to the things she loves to do. “(I’m) taking long walks, playing with my grandkids and dancing,” Fair-Evans said. “I haven’t danced in a long time.” Pombo said there is a faster recovery, less blood loss and easier range of motion when patients have the personalized 3D knee surgery.

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Personalize your knee replacement!

More than 600,000 knee-replacement surgeries are done in the United States every year, and as Baby Boomers continue to age, some say that figure will grow to 1 million within the next decade. Patients are increasingly choosing an option that allows doctors to build their patient’s knees.

Less than a year ago, climbing a flight of stairs would have been impossible for Amanda Fair-Evans. “I couldn’t even get out of the car, and I was like, ‘What is this?’” Fair-Evans said. The pain in her left knee was unbearable. Fair-Evans tried medication and cortisone shots and finally begged her doctor for surgery. “I have no quality of life,” Fair-Evans recalled saying. “I have grandkids and I want to play with my grandkids. Please give me a new knee.”

Dr. Mathew Pombo, an orthopedic surgeon, felt Fair-Evans would be a great candidate for a personalized replacement knee. A standing CT scan of a patient’s leg captures the alignment, followed by a three-dimensional printing process. “We can input components into the computer and print off a specific femur and a specific tibia that fits the bone perfectly,” Pombo said. It takes about six weeks for a medical company to create the custom knee. During surgery, doctors remove the damaged joint. Then, using individually designed tools, surgeons insert the new joint and cement it in. “It’s basically like putting a train on perfectly aligned train tracks,” Pombo said. “It should wear better.”

Five months later, Fair-Evans had her other knee replaced. Now she’s back to the things she loves to do. “(I’m) taking long walks, playing with my grandkids and dancing,” Fair-Evans said. “I haven’t danced in a long time.” Pombo said there is a faster recovery, less blood loss and easier range of motion when patients have the personalized 3D knee surgery.

The crucial role of patient age when calculating IOL power

Refractive prediction error changes with a patient's age, according to results from a prospective, cohort study. The researchers suggest patient age should be taken into account when determining intraocular lens (IOL) power for cataract surgery.

Aesthetic surgery for women- get the facts

It is perfectly normal for a woman to want to improve her body, especially after a pregnancy and birth or a surgery. The way we feel about our body and appearance is of major importance, key to the boost of self-confidence and good mood. There are solutions with which you can correct any kind of imperfection questioning the femininity of a woman, and achieve the desired appearance.

“Nose Job” takes a giant leap in new technology

More people want to change the shape of their nose today than any time in the past 10 years. The build-up of the demand encourages new developments in technology which has never been as remarkable as today.

New breast cancer therapy targets ‘aggressive’ protein

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