An inguinal swelling or mass is a swelling in the region of the groin. A femoral swelling is a swelling in the upper inner thigh region.
The cause of an inguinal swelling may be a hernia of various types, lymph node enlargement
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Causes of an inguinal mass or swelling include:
- Lymph node enlargement (lymphadenitis)
- Inguinal hernia
- Femoral hernia
- Obturator hernia (pelvic floor ...
- Aneurysm: An aneurysm is a life-threatening disorder of an artery. It occurs where the wall of the artery has become
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- Masses: A mass in the body is a solid lump of body tissue or some other substance. Tumors including benign tumors
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- Swelling: Swelling is the body’s response to various types of attacks. Localized swelling may appear in any particular body region
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- Femoral Swelling: Femoral swelling is a swelling or mass in the region of the inner thigh. It is closely located next to
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- Swollen Lymph Nodes: Swollen lymph nodes, or lymph glands, are a common symptom in infection and disease. The medical term is Lymphadenopathy. There
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