What are the remarkable clinical facts about spermatic cord?

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First answer by Cristina Roz. Last edit by Cristina Roz.
- The spermatic cord is susceptible to twisting. A testicle rotation in its lodge causes testicular torsion and it deprives itself of any irrigation (blood and lymphatic). This lack of blood supply could give irreversible tissue damage to the testicle if not corrected within few hours.
- An indirect inguinal hernia may also occur because of the protrusion of abdominal contents through the spermatic cord.

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