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hy·dro·cele

 (hī′drə-sēl′)
n.
A pathological accumulation of serous fluid in a bodily cavity, especially in the scrotal pouch.

[Latin hydrocēlē, from Greek hudrokēlē : hudro-, hydro- + kēlē, tumor; see -cele1.]
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hydrocele

(ˈhaɪdrəʊˌsiːl)
n
(Pathology) an abnormal collection of fluid in any saclike space, esp around the testicles
[C16: from hydro- + -cele]
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hy•dro•cele

(ˈhaɪ drəˌsil)

n.
an accumulation of serous fluid, usu. about the testis.
[1590–1600; < Latin < Greek hydrokḗlē. See hydro-1, -cele]
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hydrocele

An accumulation of fluid around the testes.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hydrocele - disorder in which serous fluid accumulates in a body sac (especially in the scrotum)
disorder, upset - a physical condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning; "the doctor prescribed some medicine for the disorder"; "everyone gets stomach upsets from time to time"
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Translations

hy·dro·cele

n. hidrocele, acumulación de líquido esp. en la túnica vaginal del testículo.
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hydrocele

n hidrocele m
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Benign paratesticular lesions include adenomatoid tumours, spermatoceles, cystadenomas, hydroceles, hernias, vericoceles, calculi, polyorchidism, neurofibroma, tunic fibroma, and leiomyoma, while malignant lesions include liposarcoma, rhabdomyosarcoma, leiomyosarcoma, mesothelioma, and papillary serous tumours.
Savion M et al (7) in their study of 63 hydroceles with 2.5% phenol achieved cure in 51.6%, 25.8%, 13%, 8% of the patients with 1,2,3,4 treatment sessions respectively.
Associated hydroceles were operated in the same sitting.
Scrotal ultrasound confirmed a hydrocele. When he saw a urologist in 2007, it had progressed to bilateral hydroceles.
However, a triad of sonographic findings has previously been described in patients with meconium peritonitis, which included scrotal masses with calcifications, hydroceles and absence of blood flow to the peritesticular mass on Doppler studies.[sup.11] Our case did demonstrate blood flow to the peritesticular mass, which shows that it may not always be possible to manage these patients conservatively as histological confirmation is needed in such cases.
These include Nigerians with goitre, fibroids, hernia, hydroceles, cleft lip and palate, among others.
Ethanolamine oleate sclerotherapy for hydroceles and spermatoceles: a survey of 158 patients with ultrasound follow-up.
Is two-port laparoendoscopic singlesite surgery (T-LESS) feasible for pediatric hydroceles? Singlecenter experience with the initial 59 cases.
In their study involving scrotal sonological imaging in asymptomatic subjects, they concluded that hydroceles affect approximately 1% of adults and the primary variety was seen most commonly in men older than the age of 40.11
Inguinal Hernias and Hydroceles. In: Coran AG, editor.
This edition is in full color and has new chapters on robotics, pediatric and adolescent gynecology, and sexually transmitted diseases in adolescence, as well as new and updated content on robotic surgery, ultrasound, congenital anomalies, reflux, urinary tract infection, hypospadias, hydronephrosis, disorders of sex development, undescended testes, and hernia and hydroceles. Online access to an ebook with practice cases is included.
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