haematocele

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haematocele

(ˈhɛmətəʊˌsiːl; ˈhiː-) or

hematocele

n
(Pathology) pathol a collection of blood in a body cavity, as in the space surrounding the testis; blood cyst
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Noun1.haematocele - swelling caused by blood collecting in a body cavity (especially a swelling of the membrane covering the testis)
puffiness, swelling, lump - an abnormal protuberance or localized enlargement
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Conditions like old clotted hematoceles may simulate malignancy clinically and testicular malignancy itself may present as a secondary hydrocele.
(1) Hematoceles are commonly associated with a history of scrotal trauma, usually characterized by scrotal pain and acute onset.
Ante la sospecha de lesion del parenquima pulmonar, como se menciono anteriormente, muestra cambios de forma inmediata, evidenciando opacidades, quistes pulmonares postraumaticos (hematoceles) o hematomas focales.
(2) Either injury can result in hematoceles that eventually transform into post-traumatic hydroceles.
Under sonography, an extrauterine gestational sac might look like a complex mass very similar to other, more common pelvic masses, such as hemorrhagic corpus luteum cysts, pelvic hematoceles, tubo-ovarian abscesses or remains from pelvic inflammatory disease.