hydrocoele


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hydrocoele

[′hī·drə‚sel]
(invertebrate zoology)
Water vascular system in Echinodermata.
Embryonic precursor of the system.
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There was no difference between the pre- and post-pubertal cohorts in terms of presence of hydrocoele (p=0.9), symptoms (p=0.9), ordering service (p=0.61), annual rate of resolution (4.2% vs.
The etiology of the cystic causes of scrotal enlargement is diverse, it ranges from hydrocoele
(1,9) District level hospitals (DLHs) in Malawi and Zambia and many other African countries deliver emergency obstetrical interventions--mainly caesarean sections, and occasional hysterectomies, as well as limited general surgery--mainly hernia repairs, but also laparotomies and hydrocoele repairs.
These comprise approximately 6% of PT lesions, and are accepted as reactive lesions secondary to trauma, hydrocoele, infections, or inflammation.
(2,5,7-13) It has been emphasised that the development of scrotal swelling or hydrocoele in a child with a VP shunt should raise the possibility of a shunt complication.14 An explanation of the migration of the peritoneal catheter is difficult but migration of the peritoneal catheter into the scrotum tends to occur in younger children because of the higher incidence of an unobliterated processus vaginalis and smaller volume of the peritoneal cavity in these patients.
Reactive mesothelial cells with hyperplasia can be seen in hydrocoele fluid, The cells show anisocytosis and pleomorphism and have a moderate amount of pale cytoplasm.
A hydrocoele, sometimes caused by inflammation, infection or injury to the testis.
Genital bancroftian filariasis may manifest in several ways including hydrocoele, lymph varix, lymph scrotum, filarial penis or elephantiasis of the genitalia and chyluria.
Diagnostic categories for controls were as follows: 37% hernias, 11% other abdominal surgery, 23% fractures, 7% other orthopedic problems, 12% hydrocoele, 4% circulatory disorders, 2% dermatological disorders, 1% ophthalmological disorders, and 3% other diseases.
The fetus' measurements were estimated at 31 weeks and an incidental finding of a 'hydrocoele' was noted.
Other common co-morbidities included lower respiratory tract infection (16.1%), papular pruritic eruptions (PPE) (16.1%), herpes zoster (9.3%), herpes simplex (8.5%), gastrointestinal symptoms (8.5%), cellulitis (6.8%), hydrocoele (3.4%) and malaria (3.4%).
Injection Treatment of Hernia, Hydrocoele, Ganglion, Hemorrhoids, Prostate Gland, Angioma, Varicocoele, Varicose Veins, Bursae and Joints.