Scrotal cystocele managed with trans-scrotal neocystostomy tube.
Urology case reports
Inguinal herniation of the bladder is relatively common, reported in as many as 4% of inguinal hernias. In the majority of those cases, it is a sliding hernia that is noted at time of herniorrhaphy. Complete herniation of the bladder or "scrotal cystocele" is very rare and normally managed with herniorrhaphy. This case report presents a case of massive inguinal scrotal herniation of the urinary bladder successfully managed with trans-scrotal drainage via neocystostomy tube.
Ryan, Stephen T. and Jumper, Brian, "Scrotal cystocele managed with trans-scrotal neocystostomy tube." (2015). Maine Medical Center. 263.