(Greek: a suffix; hernia, swelling)

1. Hernia of the lens of the eye.
2. The dislocation of the eye lens from its proper place.
physocele (s) (noun), physoceles (pl)
A tumor or hernia distended with gas or circumscribed swelling due to gas; aerocele: The outdated term physocele refers to a gas- or air-filled tumor or sac.
pneumatocele (s) (noun), pneumatoceles (pl)
A swelling caused by gas or air: A pneumatocele can occur when a cut or tear in the lung tissue fills with air, and this rupture creates the air-filled sac or cavity.
1. A cystic tumor containing saliva.
2. A cyst formed under the tongue by obstruction of the duct of the submaxillary gland.
1. A mass in the testes.
2. A fleshy tumor or sarcoma of the testis.
Scrotal hernia or hernia in the scrotum.
A salivary gland cyst or tumor.
steatocele (s) (noun) (no pl)
In pathology, a fatty mass formed within the scrotum: Dr. Johnson told Tom the result of his examination, and said that it was a condition of steatocele, and the fleshy tumor should be surgically removed.
Hernial protrusion of the tracheal mucous membrane.
tracheoaerocele (s) (noun), tracheoaeroceles (pl)
A tracheal hernia containing air: Arthur was informed by his doctor that he had a condition of tracheoaerocelem or, in other words, a cyst in his neck that was caused by an enlargement, or bulge, in the mucous membrane because of a defect in the trachea wall.
Hernial protrusion of the tracheal mucous membrane through a defect in the wall of the trachea. Synonym: trachelocele.