volume 3, issue 5981, P478-479 1975
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.3.5981.478
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Abstract: SummaryA comparison has been made between a series of hydroceles and cysts of epididymis treated by surgery with a complication rate of at least 17% haematoma and 10% sepsis, an average hospital stay of five days, and a much longer time off work, and a series treated by tapping and injection (described in detail) requiring one to three visits to outpatients, an almost negligible complication rate, and no failures in those completing treatment. IntroductionHydrocele and cyst of the epididymis may be treated by…

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