Kwang Hyun Kim;Myung Up Kim;Seung Hwan Lee;Byung Ha Chung;Mun Su Chung;Kyung Kgi Park;Ki Hong Kim;Yong Seung Lee;Woo Jin Jeong
Korean Journal of Urology
Korean Journal of Urology, Vol.52(1) : 71~73, 2011
The bladder is involved in less than 4% of inguinal hernias. Inguinoscrotal bladder hernias are difficult to diagnose, and less than 7% are diagnosed preoperatively. Inguinoscrotal bladder hernias are usually asymptomatic. However, they can result in significant complications, such as bladder necrosis or acute renal failure. Accurate diagnosis is crucial to avoid bladder injury during surgery and other complications. Here we report the case of a 64-year-old man who presented with a scrotal mass. Ultrasonography of the scrotal mass showed a nonspecific cystic mass. During surgery, the mass was revealed to be a herniated bladder.