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Left scrotal pain and swelling since two weeks.
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The hallmark of epididymitis is enlarged hypervascular left epididymis.
The inflammatory process causes increased blood flow within the left epididymis.
Duplex analysis of the epididymal waveform shows a low-resistance pattern as compared with the normal pattern.
Epididymitis is the most common inflammatory process affecting the scrotum in adults. No change in the adjacent testicular parenchyma to diagnose epididymo-orchitis.
The epididymal head is the most common involved part. An associated reactive hydrocele and wall thickening are present.
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