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This spectrum of disease consists of hydrocoele (commonest cause), epididymal cysts, spermatocoele, haematocoele, pyocoele, chylocoele, and sebaceous cysts.
Spermatocoele is a retention cyst arising from either the vasa efferentia of the testes or from the epididymis (3).
Treatment of epididymal cyst and spermatocoele consists of the excision of the cysts (2,3).
Epididymal cyst, spermatocoele, and sebaceous cyst were excised accounting for 17 cases, of which 1 case of multiple sebaceous cyst was treated by excision of skin and primary suturing.
Similarly spermatocoele was seen in one patient was treated by excision.
Primary vaginal hydrocoele was the commonest, followed by epididymal cyst, sebaceous cyst, haematocoele spermatocoele and pyocoele accordingly.
UROLOGY: cystoscopy, urethral dilation, vasectomy, spermatocoele, testis biopsy, meatotomy, circumcision J.
A spermatocoele is similar to an epididymal cyst, but filled with milky semen and sperm.
A spermatocoele is similar to an epididymal cyst, but instead of containing clear fluid, it is filled with milky semen and sperm.
As the swelling's painless, it's more likely to be due to a hydrocoele, epididymal cyst, spermatocoele, or varicocoele, all explained in my Testicular Problems leaflet.
THERE are causes of testicular swellings other than sinister ones and these may be due to a hydrocoele, epididymal cyst, spermatocoele or varicocoele.
Spermatocoeles are harmless and are usually left in place unless they become troublesome.