SUBJECT: Female, age 51.
HISTORY: Pain for nine months of a sharp, gripping nature lasting a few seconds at a time and occurring several times per day. No relation to meals, etc.
A large mass in the right inguinal fossa was noticed by her General Practitioner on the evening of admission. Some tenderness and guarding was present. Patient was afebrile.
P.V.: Pelvis empty but lower pole of mass palpable high up on right side the mass having a soft consistency.
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