Syringocele in adult patient. Case report.

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Syringocele in adult patient. Case report.

Arch Esp Urol. 2012 May;65(4):502-4

Authors: Saez Barranquero F, Herrera Imbroda B, Castillo Gallardo E, Cantero Mellado JA, Antuña Calle F, Bonilla Parrilla R, Marchal Escalona C, Machuca Santa Cruz FJ

Abstract
OBJECTIVE: To describe one case of syringocele in an adult patient.
METHODS/RESULTS: We report the case of a 26 year old man who presented frequency, hematuria and fever during one year, mictional cystourethrography showed a syringocele. Treatment consisted in endoscopic surgery, with good results in the follow-up.
CONCLUSIONS: The syringocele is a relatively infrequent entity, that is necessary to study in a young patient with voiding symptoms, accompanied or not of haematuria and fever. The diagnosis is based on the cystourethrography, and treatment consisted, usually, in endoscopic surgery.

PMID: 22619144 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]