Scrotal cystocele is a type of urinary bladder hernia, where the bladder herniates into the scrotum. They are not common and constitute to less than 4% of the hernias and bear a gender predilection toward males with history of lower urinary tract symptoms. Clinical presentation usually varies with some being asymptomatic while others present with intermittent scrotal swellings and voiding problems.
We report the case of a 55-year-old asymptomatic individual who came with incidentally detected hydroureteronephrosis. Nonenhancing spiral computed tomography revealed large scrotal swelling with bilateral inguinal hernia. The bladder was seen herniating on the right while the colon was the content of the left.
Keywords: Bladder hernia, Computed tomography, Inguinal hernia, Scrotal cystocele.
How to cite this article: Jayamohan AE, Reddy AK, Shukla AK, Lakshmanan PM. The Rarest of Rare Case of Scrotal Cystocele. J Med Sci 2016;2(4):68-69.
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