scroto-, scrot- +

(Latin: the pouch that holds the testes; a purse; probably a variant of scortum, "a skin, hide"; or of scrautum, "a leather bag for holding arrows"; akin to scrupus, "a sharp stone")

Relating to the abdomen and the scrotum or the external sac (pouch, bag) of skin enclosing the male testes in most mammals.
Pertaining to the thighs and the external genital organs.
Relating to the groin and the scrotum.
Within the scrotum.
Relating to both the penis and the scrotum.
Relating to the perineum and the scrotum.
Pertaining to the scrotum.
scrotal fistula
A fistula extending from some portion of the testis or epididymis to an external opening in the skin of the scrotum.

The fistula is an abnormal passageway in the body. The fistula may go from the body surface into a blindpouch or into an internal organ or go between two internal organs caused by disease, injury, or congenital malformation.

The epididymis is a structure within the scrotum attached to the backside of the testis. The epididymis is a coiled segment of the spermatic ducts that serves to store, mature, and transport spermatozoa between the testis and the vas (the vas deferens or the tube connecting the testes with the urethra which is a coiled duct that conveys sperm from the epididymis to the ejaculatory duct and the urethra).

scrotal hernia
A hernia that is found within the scrotum (external pouch that contains the testes).
A partial or complete excision (removal by cutting) of the scrotum.
Having the shape or form of a scrotum or pouch.
Inflammation of the scrotum.
Scrotal hernia or hernia in the scrotum.
A surgical fixation (attachment) of the scrotum.
Plastic operation on the scrotum.