Clinical Investigation and Management of Scrotal Cysts
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 805-811
AbstractBackground: Scrotal cystic swellings can grow to enormous sizes without generating any pain. They are often painless. It is necessary to research the best method of care for each type of scrotal cystic swelling that can be treated in nizams institute as there are several ways to treat different cystic swellings.
Martial and Methods: One hundred cases of scrotal cystic swellings that satisfied the methodological criteria were examined in advance. Ultrasonography of the scrotum and a clinical examination led to the final diagnosis. Surgery was used to treat every instance.
Results: The majority of patients (60%) were right-handed, and the majority of the patients (86%) had scrotal swelling as their primary complaint. Primary vaginal hydrocele was the most prevalent cystic swelling (76%) and was followed by epididymal cyst, spermatocele, and sebaceous cyst. The treatment known as the Lord's plication was linked to early patient discharge and few post-operative problems.
Conclusion: The most typical cystic enlargement of the scrotum was primary vaginal hydrocoele. The majority of the cystic swells were successfully surgically corrected. Lord's surgical technique had the fewest post-operative complications.
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