What is the main finding on this penile MRI?
Dilated dorsal penile vein with a hyperintese thrombus and an intraluminal filling defect on the contrasted study.
What is the possible diagnosis?
Superficial dorsal penile vein thrombophlebitis (penile Mondor disease).
Grossly dilated superficial dorsal penile vein, containing a predominantly hyperintense intraluminal thrombus, best appreciated on the fat-suppressed T2-weighted images, corresponding to a curvilinear filling defect on the contrasted study, surrounded by minimal stranding of the surrounding soft-tissues, more pronounced at the origin of the vein and along the dorsal aspect of the penile body.
Incidental left varicocele.
Bilateral reactive inguinal lymphadenopathy.