Microsurgical subinguinal varicocelectomy in patients with recurrent or persistent varicocele

  title={Microsurgical subinguinal varicocelectomy in patients with recurrent or persistent varicocele},
  author={Resul Sobay},
65 Sobay et al., Microsurgical Varicocelectomy in Persistent Varicocele / doi: 10.14744/hnhj.2018.64426 cacy of microsurgical varicocelectomy in the treatment recurrent varicocele. Materials and Methods Our retrospective study population consisted of 32 patients who had been previously operated with the indication of varicocele in our urology clinic, but developed recurrent varicocele detected based on physical examination and ultrasonographic evaluation. However, semen parameters of these… 

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