Dr. med. Dirk Manski



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Spermatocelectomy: Surgery for Spermatoceles

Indication for a Spermatocelectomy

Symptomatic spermatoceles: disturbing size or pain.

Contraindications to Spermatocelectomy

Surgery of the epididymis usually leads to dissection of the epididymal duct. Patients with unfulfilled desire for a child: Spermatocelectomy causes (with a high probability) sterility on the operated side. Delayed repair or cryopreservation of sperm is recommended, if fertility is an issue.

Preoperative Patient Preparation

Spermatocelectomy: Surgical Technique

Complications of Spermatocelectomy







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  Deutsche Version: Operative Therapie der Spermatozele