Hydrocelectomy, Spermatocelectomy, Varicocelectomy
A hydrocelectomy is performed to remove a buildup of fluid around the testicle. This buildup is called a hydrocele, and while hydroceles often go away on their own, they sometimes require medical intervention. A spermatocelectomy is a procedure during which a sperm-filled cyst, or spermatocele, is removed from the scrotum. And a varicocelectomy is the removal of enlarged veins in the scrotum. These three procedures have different causes, but they are treated quite similarly.