inguinoscrotal

in·gui·no·scro·tal

(ing'gwi-nō-skrō'tăl),
Relating to the groin and the scrotum.

in·gui·no·scro·tal

(ing'gwi-nō-skrō'tăl)
Relating to the groin and the scrotum.

inguinoscrotal

(ĭng″gwĭ-nō-skrō′tăl) [″ + scrotum, a bag]
Pert. to the inguinal and scrotal areas.
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Complications of inguinoscrotal bladder hernias: A case series.
Asymptomatic extraperitoneal inguinoscrotal hernia involving ureter: A case presentation and review of the literature.
Most of these hernias present as a painful or irreducible lump in the inguinoscrotal region and are diagnosed as incarcerated or strangulated hernias and are operated in emergency.7 Others can present with abdominal pain due to necrotizing fasciitis and Fournier's gangrene.
Dedifferentiated liposarcoma typically presents in middle-aged and older adults as a large, deep-seated mass.3,8 The most common site is retroperitoneum, which accounts for approximately half the cases, followed by inguinoscrotal region and thigh.
The clinical assessment made was that of an incarcerated inguinoscrotal hernia.
Can volumetric measurement be used in the selection of treatment for inguinoscrotal hernias?
This type of solid tumour has also less commonly been described in the vagina and the inguinoscrotal region of men.
The incidence of inguinoscrotal extension of retroperitoneal liposarcomas was 3.6% in a series of 168 patients [5].
His surgical history is marked by a bilateral prosthetic inguinal hernia treatment under the Lichtenstein procedure to treat a left inguinoscrotal hernia and right inguinal hernia.