DRAINAGE OF HYDROCELE
A hydrocele is the collection of fluid in the membranes surrounding the testicles, causing swelling in the scrotum. Hydrocoeles can be present at birth or affect infants and children; they may also occur in adolescents or adults as a result of infection, inflammation, or injury to the testicles.
Hydrocoeles are a common cause of scrotal swelling and do not cause any damage to the testicles.
Once the hydrocele is diagnosed, the least invasive procedure is to have the fluid drained from the scrotum by a needle, which is called aspiration.