Fluid accumulates along the spermatic cord or within the tunica vaginalis of the scrotum. Prudent evaluations are required if the fluid collection appears between the abdominal cavity and the scrotum or in conjunction with any underlying scrotal pathology. Where a hydrocele does not cause any clinical impact on the organs, the cause of fluid accumulation has to be assessed. Once the pathological threat has been excluded, a persistent hydrocele may require surgical intervention to remove any associated discomfort. Hydroceles are more common in babies.
Consult with Dr. Zubin Jacob today for a reliable consultation and treatment for all indications of a hydrocele. Under the expert supervision of Dr. Zubin Jacob, Jacob’s Hospital provides a variety of repairs for all types of hernias.