Two months later the patient presented with a firm round mass, which was slightly tender upon palpation, in the area of the right internal inguinal ring. The patient was referred for ultrasonographic imaging, which revealed a nonhomogeneous round mass (4-5 cm in diameter), but surgeons could not identify any connection between this mass and the internal inguinal ring. The mass was excised using local anesthesia. An encapsulated multilocular cyst 5 cm in diameter, located next to the internal lacuna of the spermatic cord, was found (Figure 1). The cyst was opened, and a yellowish pulp was revealed in the interior (Figure 2). The cyst and pulp were sent for histological examination.