Scrotal lymphedema

Case contributed by Andrew Lawson


Swelling of the scrotum.

Patient Data

Age: 30 years
Gender: Male



Extensive scrotal wall thickening associated with diffuse lymphedema extending to the base of the penis not involving the penile corpora. No extension into the deep subcutaneous tissue planes, inguinal canal or muscles. No extension to the groin or lower abdomen. No inguinal adenopathy. Both testicles are morphologically normal with no associated hydrocele. There is no enhancing associated soft tissue mass. The prostate is not grossly enlarged. The bladder and rectum are normal.

Case Discussion

Extensive scrotal lymphedema with no associated soft tissue mass.

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