|History: 55 y.o. male with slowly enlarging scrotal mass and increasing discomfort.|
| Findings: |
There are multiple epididymal cysts present with one very large
|Diagnosis: Large Epididymal cyst.|
|Discussion: Epididymal cyst is of unknown etiology, probably congenital.May occur in any part of the epididymis, but most common in thwe head. Uni- or bilateral. Removed only if symptomatic. May be differentiated from spermatocele only with aspiration-if sperm containing, then a spermatocele. Other entities in the differential of cystic extratesticular mass-Tunica cyst, hydrocele, and hematocele.|
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Case Number: 20141Last Updated: 09-24-2002 The reader is fully responsible for confirming the accuracy of this content.
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