Symptomatic cystic seminal vesicle: a laparoscopic approach for effective treatment
AbstractThis case report highlights a symptomatic cystic seminal vesicle
lesion, treated laparoscopically. A young adult male known to
have congenital right renal agenesis presented with a history of
recurrent right iliac fossa pain, as well as deep pelvic discomfort.
The preoperative evaluation revealed a 7 x 4.5 x 4 cm cystic seminal
vesicle mass. After discovery of the mass, the patient underwent
a transperitoneal laparoscopic excision of the lesion. The
patient was discharged on the third postoperative day and had
an uneventful recovery. There were no complications noted during
a routine follow-up. The laparoscopic approach was shown
to be effective in the management of this rare condition.
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