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From:Nigerian Medical Journal (Vol. 50, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedByline: C. Nweze The usual approach for hydrocelectomy in the adult is the scrotal route. The most troublesome problem following this method is a very discomforting scrotal swelling which creates much difficulty for...
From:Journal of Family Practice (Vol. 49, Issue 6) Peer-ReviewedIs Perforation Dangerous? * BACKGROUND Hydroceles are not uncommon, are often occult, and may be associated with an inguinal hernia. The rate of hydrocele perforation during elective vasectomy has not been reported...
From:Canadian Urological Association Journal (Vol. 10, Issue 9-10) Peer-ReviewedIntroduction: Adult idiopathic hydrocele is a common benign disorder that merits surgical correction when symptomatic. The most popular techniques for repair are plication (Lord's procedure) or excision and eversion of...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedBackground Hydrocele is a chronic condition in males in which there is an excessive collection of straw-colored fluid, which leads to enlargement of the scrotum. It is a common manifestation of lymphatic filariasis...
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