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Title: Hematocele  
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Subject: Jockstrap, Processus vaginalis, List of MeSH codes (C12), Hematospermia, Balanitis plasmacellularis
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Classification and external resources
ICD-10 N50.1
ICD-9-CM 608.83
DiseasesDB 30746
MeSH D006398

A hematocele is a collection of blood in a body cavity.[1] The term is generally used to refer to the collection of blood in the tunica vaginalis around the testicle. Hematoceles are often more painful than a hydrocele.

See also


  1. ^ "Dorlands Medical Dictionary:hematocele". 

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