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Scrotum surgery. Image 5 of 9. Surgeon draining fluid from the scrotum of a man with a hydrocele. A hydrocele is the accumulation of fluid in the scrotal sac, which can be triggered by inflammation, infection or injury to the testis. Hydroceles are more common in middle aged men. Treatment of a hydrocele is usually through surgical drainage of the accumulated fluid, as seen here.
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