Author(s): Welch B, Barton TK, Welch B, Barton TK
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Abstract Inguinal cord cysts are found in less than 1\% of inguinal hernia dissections. They are benign masses anatomically distinct from scrotal hydroceles that frequently mimic incarcerations or may have unusual tissue components; therefore it is recommended that they be removed when encountered to prevent future symptoms. Five cases of male inguinal cord cysts treated by the same surgeon are reviewed.
This article was published in Hernia
and referenced in Medical Reports & Case Studies