Bartholin cyst presenting as inguinal hernia

T Altstiel, R Coster
South Dakota Journal of Medicine 1993, 46 (1): 7-8
The clinical diagnosis of Bartholin cysts is usually very simple. This paper, however, reports a very unusual presentation, a Bartholin cyst originally thought to be an inguinal hernia. The history, anatomy, and clinical findings of Bartholin cysts are discussed, as well as a case history of this interesting presentation.

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