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Click A 21 year old female with right groin mass subsequently diagnosed as hydrocele in the Canal of Nuck.
FINDINGS: Axial CT Pelvis in soft tissue window showing a thin-walled fluid collection originating superiorly within the subcutaneous tissues of the right abdominal wall and extending inferiorly to the subcutaneous tissues of the right labia majora. It demonstrates simple fluid attenuation. It contains no thick walls or calcifications. There is no surrounding fat stranding.
TECHNIQUE: Axial CT images from 64-slice scanner (Siemens Somatom Sensation 64), 120mAs, 120kV, 5 mm slice thickness, with IV contrast utilizing 100 cc of Omnipaque 350.

Click A 21 year old female with right groin mass subsequently diagnosed as hydrocele in the Canal of Nuck.
FINDINGS: Simple fluid containing mass extending through the inguinal canal to the labia majora. It measures 4.9 cm craniocaudally.
TECHNIQUE: Reconstructed coronal CT images from 64-slice scanner (Siemens Somatom Sensation 64), 120mAs, 120kV, 1 mm slice thickness, with IV contrast utilizing 100 cc of Omnipaque 350.

Click A 21 year old female with right groin mass subsequently diagnosed as hydrocele in the Canal of Nuck.
FINDINGS: Simple fluid containing mass bulging in the subcutaneous tissues of the right labia majora.
TECHNIQUE: Reconstructed sagittal CT images from 64-slice scanner (Siemens Somatom Sensation 64), 120mAs, 120kV, 1 mm slice thickness, with IV contrast utilizing 100 cc of Omnipaque 350.