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Inguinoscrotal bladder hernia: incidental finding on bone scintigraphy

International Journal of Radiology & Radiation Therapy
Anderson Cardozo-Saavedra,1 Diego Villasboas-Rosciolesi,1 Eliana Carrillo-Villamizar,1 Sandra Menéndez-Sánchez,1 Ruben Bellviure-Meiro,1 Amparo García-Burillo,1 Joan Castell-Conesa2

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Inguinoscrotal hernia of the bladder is relatively uncommon, difficult to diagnose and remain a surgical challenge. We report a 72-years-old man with a recent diagnosis of prostate neoplasm who underwent a Technetium-99 hidroximethylene-diphosphonate (Tc-99m HMDP) bone scintigraphy which reveals, as an incidental finding, a left inguinoscrotal hernia containing a portion of the urinary bladder. 


bone scintigraphy, inguinal bladder hernia, Technetium-99m hidroximethylene-diphosphonate, inguinoscrotal hernia, urinary bladder