Bhuneshwar Yadav, a resident of Punakala village claimed that he had come for Hydrocele
surgery, but without any prior notice, a surgeon operated his leg and also inserted a rod in it.
(3) have reported that hydrocele
could be seen in TB epididymitis, ITE-hydrocele coexistence has been highlighted in only a few case reports (5).
Is two-port laparoendoscopic singlesite surgery (T-LESS) feasible for pediatric hydroceles
? Singlecenter experience with the initial 59 cases.
, haematocele and pyocele had a more acute presentation since these were often associated with pain and constitutional symptoms which prompted patients to seek medical advice early.
Postoperative complications (wound infection, recurrence, hydrocele
, testicular atrophy) compared between the 2 groups.
Variables Patients, n Percentage, % Age, months 2-24 80 40.0 24-48 72 36.0 48-72 38 19.0 72-120 10 5.0 Sex Male 158 79.0 Female 42 21.0 Side Right 136 68.0 Left 64 32.0 Clinical manifestation Intermittent groin swelling 138 69.0 Constant groin swelling 62 31.0 Associated congenital anomalies Umbilical hernia 14 7.0 Undescended testicle 4 2.0 Hydrocele
14 7.0 None 168 84.0 Table 2: Laparoscopic port of entry and the clinical side of inguinal hernia.
appears as a painless, fluid-filled scrotal enlargement.
Although the etiology is unknown, a history of trauma, surgery, infection, and inflammatory hydrocele
is suggested to be associated with the development of a disease.
Other differential diagnoses include other paratesticular lesions such as spermatocele, hydrocele
, varicocele, polyorchidism, intratesticular simple cyst, and tumors of the spermatic cord such as lipoma and leiomyoma.
A 14-month-old boy who had been diagnosed with a hydrocele
in the right spermatic cord was referred to our department from the outpatient clinic with a right swollen scrotum.
The following groups were characterized: (1) control (4 cases): symptomless individuals from which living AWs nonsensitive to antifilarial treatment were removed [17-20]; (2) patients with dead AWs in the PL (1 case); (3) acute filarial hydrocele
(3 cases): patients with fluid accumulation in the tunica vaginalis cavity which appears within a few days after a nodule formation and resolves spontaneously up to 18 months ; (4) filaricele (20 cases): patients with chronic accumulation in the tunica vaginalis cavity of fluid composed of a combination, in different proportion, of transudate and nonmilky lymph from ruptured dilated lymphatic vessels .
. Pressure of pain from fluid accumulated around the testicle is a hydrocele