cervical hydrocele

(redirected from hydrocele colli)

cer·vi·cal hy·dro·cele

a cyst formed by secretion into a persistent duct or fissure of the neck; when it involves lymph channels, it is usually a lymphangioma.
Synonym(s): hydrocele colli

cervical hydrocele

A hydrocele in the neck resulting from the accumulation of serous fluid in the persistent cervical duct or cleft.
See also: hydrocele


Jean Pierre, French physician, 1768-1861.
Maunoir hydrocele - serous dilatation of cervical cleft, duct, or cervical lymph space. Synonym(s): cervical hydrocele
Maunoir iris scissors
Maunoir scissors
Mentioned in ?