Surgical mesh on right side because of prior sportman's hernia. Had right-sided herniotomy as a child. Painful scar and possibly palpable abnormality. Recurrence of sportman's hernia?
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Slight bone marrow edema medial in pubic bones, more pronounced on the right side, near the origin of the adductor longus. Fluid located at the aponeurosis of rectus abdominis-adductor longus in keeping with a secondary cleft, best appreciated on the oblique PD fatsat series.
No muscular atrophy, fatty change or edema.
Findings consistent with right-sided (remnants of) sportman's hernia, i.e. focal injury of the aponeurosis of the rectus abdominis-adductor longus muscles.
Sportman's hernia is one of the entities covered by the more appriately coined term athletic pubalgia.