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Fig. 5 | Surgical Case Reports

Fig. 5

From: Infected femorocele: case report of an extremely rare surgical condition in a middle-aged lady suffering from a painful inguinal swelling

Fig. 5

a Sections from the sac revealed fibro-fatty-collagenous tissue with mixed inflammatory cells. There were dilated lymphatics (yellow arrow) along with a flattened mesothelial lining cell layer (green arrows) suggestive of an infected peritoneal sac (femorocele). Red arrow shows mesothelial tissues (enlarged image in b) c Sections from the inguinal lymph node showed features of reactive hyperplasia (yellow arrow)

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