8 Reply to “ Spermatic Cord ”

  1. Spermatic cord, either of a pair of tubular structures in the male reproductive system that support the testes in the scrotum. Each cord is sheathed in connective tissue and contains a network of arteries, veins, nerves, and the first section of the ductus deferens, through which sperm pass in the process of ejaculation.
  2. spermatic cord A cord-like structure consisting of the VAS DEFERENS surrounded by a dense plexus of veins and other blood vessels, lymphatic vessels and nerves. The spermatic cord runs upwards from the back of the testicle through the INGUINAL CANAL into the abdominal cavity where the vas leaves it to run into the PROSTATE GLAND.
  3. Jan 29,  · During microsurgical cord denervation, a small incision in the lower abdomen above the testicle exposes the spermatic cord. The surgeon cuts the nerve structures in the cord, but preserves blood and lymphatic supply to the testicle. The technically challenging procedure takes from 45 to 90 minutes, Dr. Shoskes says.
  4. Spermatoceles are also known as spermatic cysts. They are fluid-filled masses, often painless, and they grow near the testicles. They tend to be benign (not cancerous). These cysts are found near the top and behind the testicle, but are separate from the testicle. The cysts can be smooth, filled with a whitish, cloudy fluid, and most often hold sperm.
  5. The anatomical course of the vas deferens is as follows: It is continuous with the tail of the epididymis. Travels through the inguinal canal, as part of the spermatic cord. Moves down the lateral pelvic wall in close proximity to the ischial spine. Turns medially to pass between the bladder and the /5(75).
  6. The spermatic cord contains arteries, nerves, the vas deferens, and lymphatic vessels. We cut the nerves under an operating microscope and keep the testicular arteries, lymphatics, and vas deferens intact. This method preserves the testicle’s blood supply and blocks the nerve transmission from the testicle.
  7. Nov 13,  · Spermatic cord lipoma is the most common benign fatty mass of the inguinal canal and can cause hernia-like symptoms without a true hernia. Lipomas are usually incidentally found, reportedly seen in 22% of patients at hernia repair (45).Cited by: 5.
  8. Aug 22,  · Hydrocoele of the spermatic cord (HSC) is a uncommon variation of hydrocoele. There can be a chronic or acute onset of swelling in the upper groin or inguinal area above the testis and epididymis. HSC is divided into 2 or 3 types depending on the author.

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