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PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Hydrocele, right. 2. Epididymitis, right,
POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Hydrocele, right. 2. Epididymitis, right,
NAME OF OPERATION: 1. Scrotal exploration. 2. Epididymectomy, right. 3.
Removal of the epididymis, the posterior
FINDINGS AT OPERATION: Examination prior to, as well as at this procedure
revealed the presence of enlargement of the right epididymis with associated
surface of the testis.
hydrocele containing approximately 120 cc of straw-colored fluid.
PROCEDURE: With the patient in the supine position and under satisfactory
general anesthesia, the genitalia were prepped and draped in a routine
sterile manner. A vertical incision was made in the right hemiscrotum, and
the testicle and associated tunic delivered into the wound. Utilizing
careful sharp and blunt dissection, the hydrocele sac was opened, aspirated,
and dissected, as was the epididymis. The vas deferens was transected and
ligated in the procedure. The patient's hemiscrotum was then drained with a
small Penrose drain placed in a dependent position, followed by serial
closure with 3-0 Vicryl. Sterile compressive dressing was applied. Blood
loss was negligible. The patient was sent to the recovery room in
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