The topic Congenital Hydrocele of Tunica Vaginalis you are seeking is a synonym, or alternative name, or is closely related to the medical condition Congenital Hydrocele.
- A hydrocele is a buildup of watery clear fluid around one or both testicles. When the hydrocele is present at birth, it is referred to as a Congenital Hydrocele
- In most cases, Congenital Hydrocele occurs in newborn male babies. The signs and symptoms of the condition include swelling of the scrotum and groin and uncomfortable heaviness of testicles
- Generally, Congenital Hydrocele resolves on its own, usually within the first two years of the child’s life. No long-term or serious complications are noted
- The prognosis is excellent with suitable treatment
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Helpful Peer-Reviewed Medical Articles forCongenital Hydrocele of Tunica Vaginalis:
Hall, N. J., Ron, O., Eaton, S., & Pierro, A. (2011). Surgery for hydrocele in children—an avoidable excess?. Journal of pediatric surgery, 46(12), 2401-2405.
Mirochnik, B., Bhargava, P., Dighe, M. K., & Kanth, N. (2012). Ultrasound evaluation of scrotal pathology. Radiologic Clinics of North America, 50(2), 317-332.
Ho, C. H., Shei-Dei Yang, S., & Tsai, Y. C. (2010). Minilaparoscopic high-ligation with the processus vaginalis undissected and left in situ is a safe, effective, and durable treatment for pediatric hydrocele. Urology, 76(1), 134-137.
Garriga, V., Serrano, A., Marin, A., Medrano, S., Roson, N., & Pruna, X. (2009). US of the Tunica Vaginalis Testis: Anatomic Relationships and Pathologic Conditions 1. Radiographics, 29(7), 2017-2032.Aso, C., Enríquez, G., Fité, M., Torán, N., Piró, C., Piqueras, J., & Lucaya, J. (2005). Gray-scale and color Doppler sonography of scrotal disorders in children: an update 1. Radiographics, 25(5), 1197-1214.