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This enables him to differentiate solid tumors from fluid-filled cysts or sacs of water around the testicle, called hydroceles.
We care for children with anomalies of the external genitalia such as hydroceles (swellings in the scrotum), undescended testes and other scrotal problems in boys; we treat disorders of sexual differentiation and are specialists in pediatric gynecology.
All of the patients were there because they suffered from hernias or similar problems such as hydroceles, needing circumcisions, and cysts, and most patients were males.
Leigh *  mentions a hydrocele weighing 120 pounds, and there are records of hydroceles weighing 40 13.109 and 60 pounds.
Leigh mentions a hydrocele weighing 120 pounds, and there are records of hydroceles weighing 40 and 60 pounds.
Of the sons whose mothers had measurable PBB levels at the time of conception, 35 reported GU conditions, including hernias (13), hydroceles (10), undescended testicles (9), hypospadias (5), phimosis (2) and varicocele (1).
The French are peculiarly troubled with fevers, with worms, and with hydroceles and fareoceles; and all thefe difordcrs fcem to be owkig originally to their eat - ing very large quantities of chefnuts.