Peritesticular lipoma

Last revised by Arlene Campos on 24 Apr 2024

Peritesticular lipoma is considered the most common benign tumor of the paratesticular tissues and spermatic cord (can comprising around 45% of paratesticular masses).

Clinical presentation

Often manifests as an incidentally discovered nontender scrotal mass. Can affect patients over a wide age range.

Radiographic features


Usually homogeneous hyperechoic but can vary in size.

  • T1: has high signal intensity due to fat

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