A It sounds as though you have a hydrocele
which is a benign swelling of the scrotum caused by a cyst containing fluid.
Repair of bilateral abdominoscrotal hydrocele
with testicular dysmorphism using laparoscopic extracorporeal ligation of the internal inguinal ring and orchiopexy.
Package of fund for Hydrocele
operation to clear back log of hydrocele
Raphael most likely does not have a hydrocele
(Gunther & Rubben, 2012).
Other skin lesions found were petechiae (1), purpura (1), sclerema (1), loss of subcutaneous fat (1), hypospadiasis (1), generalized edema (1), ophthalmia neonatorum (1), micrognathia (2), lentigines (1), simian crease (2), umbilical hernia (1), prominent veins (1), hairy pinna (1), hydrocele
(1), phimosis (1), insect bite (1), cleft lip and cleft palate (1) , cellulitis (1), scrotal dermatitis (1), triangular face (1).
Rhabdomyosarcoma of tunica vaginalis masquerading as hydrocele
A 75-year-old man, who had been followed up elsewhere for a huge hydrocele
based on scrotal Doppler ultrasonography and scrotal magnetic resonance imaging reporting no suspicion for malignancy, but a pyo-/hemato-/hydrocele
was determined to have testicular metastasis originating from prostate adenocarcinoma.
There are various reasons for scrotum to become swollen ranging from hydrocele
the commonest cause, to some rare causes like malignant tumours of the epididymis.
Palpable mass in the labia majora may be bowel hernia, A lymph node, a hydrocele
of the canal of nuck, an abscess, hamartoma, lipoma, or a mesothelial cyst.
1] The disease alters the lymphatic system leading to wide spectrum of clinical manifestations such as lymphedema, hydrocele
, chyluria, elephantiasis, and others.
The guitarist told the court he suffered from a condition called hydrocele
, which he claimed made his testicles swell up to four times their normal size.
The literature describes associated anomalies found concomitantly with SNT, including cryptorchidism, ectopic testis, hydrocele
, indirect inguinal hernia, testicular torsion, and epididymitis [1, 3-8].