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C a s e R e p o r t e123 were suggestive of a large haemangioma. Surgical exploration of the left groin revealed a normal-looking spermatic cord and another smooth, fleshy, brownish, cord-like structure travelling through the processus vaginalis. Following delivery of the testis into the groin incision, a diagnosis of continuous-type splenogonadal fusion was evident (Fig. 1) . Distally, the cord-like splenic tissue was attached to the testis, and proximally, it was continuous and connected todoi:10.11622/smedj.2013096 pmid:23677427 fatcat:bxcj6s2cirb3ffpiwqit73kjli