Benign Scrotal Lump Surgery

Benign Scrotal Lump Surgery at Mount Stuart Hospital

What is benign scrotal lump surgery?

Benign scrotal lump surgery is an operation performed to remove a fluid build-up in your scrotum that is causing a lump or swelling in this area and is often painful.

The main benign scrotal lumps that can occur include:

  • Hydrocele - fluid collects in the sac around your testicles due to an injury or infection of your scrotum.
  • Epididymal cyst - fluid collects in your epididymis, a tube-like structure that stores and transports sperm, usually located alongside your testicle.

Surgery will vary depending in the type of benign scrotal lump being treated.

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