Items tagged “scrotum”

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Scrotolith

Scrotoliths, also known as scrotal pearls, are benign incidental extratesticular macrocalcifications within the scrotum. They frequently occupy the potential space of the tunica vaginalis or sinus of the epididymis. They are usually of no clinical significance 1,2. Epidemiology The prevalence ...
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Testicular torsion

  Diagnosis certain
Frank Gaillard
Published 04 Oct 2010
91% complete
Ultrasound
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Adenomatoid tumors of the scrotum

Adenomatoid tumors of the scrotum are benign, solid extratesticular lesions that can originate from the epididymis, tunica vaginalis, or spermatic cord (90% derived from the funiculus). Epidemiology They are the most common extratesticular neoplasm, and most common tumor of the epididymis, and...
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Scrotal abscess

  Diagnosis probable
Hani M. Al Salam
Published 17 Feb 2011
66% complete
Ultrasound
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Varicocele

  Diagnosis certain
Frank Gaillard
Published 06 Aug 2011
91% complete
Ultrasound
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Hydrocele

  Diagnosis certain
Mohammad Osama Hussein Yonso
Published 22 Jan 2021
85% complete
Ultrasound
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Extra-testicular adenomatoid tumor

  Diagnosis probable
Mohammad A. ElBeialy
Published 30 Jan 2013
68% complete
MRI Ultrasound
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Hydrocele

  Diagnosis certain
Mohammad Osama Hussein Yonso
Published 21 Oct 2013
86% complete
Photo Ultrasound
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Acute idiopathic scrotal edema

  Diagnosis certain
Micheál Anthony Breen
Published 15 Nov 2013
94% complete
Ultrasound
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Acute idiopathic scrotal edema

Acute idiopathic scrotal edema (AISE) is a self-limiting condition characterized by marked edema of the skin and dartos fascia without involvement of the deeper layers, testes, or epididymis. It is an important condition to recognize to avoid unnecessary surgical exploration. Epidemiology Whil...
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Epididymal and testicular appendages

  Diagnosis almost certain
Vasileios Rafailidis
Published 10 Dec 2013
72% complete
Ultrasound
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Polyorchidism

Polyorchidism, also known as supernumerary testes, refers to the presence of more than two testes and is a very rare congenital anomaly. The supernumerary testis can be usually located inside the scrotum (75% of the patients) or less commonly in the inguinal canal, the retroperitoneum, or the ab...
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Testicular appendix

A testicular appendix (alternatively called appendix of testis or appendix testis, and historically also known as hydatid of Morgagni) represents a developmental remnant of the paramesonephric duct (Müllerian duct) which is situated in the upper pole of the testis inside a groove between the tes...
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Epididymal appendix

Epididymal appendices, also known as appendix of the epididymis or appendix epididymis, are an testicular appendage found at the head of the epididymis 1. They represent a developmental remnant of the mesonephric duct (Wolffian duct). In 78% of the cases, it has a stalk configuration and is thus...
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Scrotal filariasis

Scrotal filariasis is a manifestation of filariasis and refers to scrotal involvement from parasitic nematodes of the superfamily Filarioidea. Epidemiology Known disease of the tropics and subtropics and a cause of morbidity in Asia, Africa and the Western Pacific regions 2. Clinical presenta...
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Testicular and scrotal ultrasound

Testicular and scrotal ultrasound is the primary modality for imaging most of the male reproductive system. It is relatively quick, relatively inexpensive, can be correlated quickly with the patient's signs and symptoms, and, most importantly, does not employ ionizing radiation. MRI is occasion...
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Spermatic cord leiomyosarcoma

Spermatic cord leiomyosarcomas are uncommon malignant paratesticular masses. Epidemiology Accounts for ~10% of spermatic cord sarcomas. The average of a patient at presentation is 58 years old (although has been seen as young as 15 years old). Clinical features Patients may have left inguina...
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Subcutaneous emphysema of the scrotum (pneumoscrotum)

  Diagnosis certain
Andrew Murphy
Published 25 Oct 2015
94% complete
X-ray
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Testicular torsion

  Diagnosis almost certain
Silvia Moguillansky
Published 08 Nov 2015
75% complete
Ultrasound
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Extratesticular scrotal mass (differential)

Extratesticular scrotal masses (not arising from testis or epididymis) are mostly mesenchymal in origin and benign 1.  Differential diagnosis Benign lesions lipoma (most common) leiomyoma of the scrotum neurofibroma granular cell tumor angiomyofibroblastoma-like tumor fibrous pseudotumor...