Fibrous pseudotumor


  • Nonneoplastic proliferation of fibrous tissue admixed with inflammatory cells frequently involving the tunica vaginalis

Clinical features


  • Most common in the third through sixth decades of life

  • Associated with a hydrocele in 50% of cases

  • Prior trauma or inflammation reported in 30% of cases

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