Groin swelling - red flag symptoms

Signs and symptoms of potentially serious pathology in patients presenting with groin swelling, including identifying inguinal and femoral hernias and when to refer.

by Dr Harry Brown
Lyphmadenopathy in the groin may be sign of malignancy (Photo: Dr P Marazzi/Science Photo Library)
Lyphmadenopathy in the groin may be sign of malignancy (Photo: Dr P Marazzi/Science Photo Library)

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