epididymo-orchitis

epididymo-orchitis

/epi·did·y·mo-or·chi·tis/ (-did″ĭ-mo-or-ki´tis) inflammation of the epididymis and testis.

ep·i·did·y·mo-or·chi·tis

(ep'i-did'i-mō-ōr-kī'tis)
Simultaneous inflammation of both epididymis and testis.
[epididymis + G. orchis, testis]

epididymo-orchitis

Inflammation of the EPIDIDYMIS and the TESTICLE.

Epididymo-orchitis

Inflammation of both the testes and a part of the spermatic duct system.
Mentioned in: Orchitis

epididymo-orchitis

inflammation of the epididymis and testis.
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Causes include LOH, Klinefelter syndrome, and infectious diseases such as chlamydia- and gonorrhea-associated epididymo-orchitis and mumps.
We report a case of scrub typhus presenting as bilateral epididymo-orchitis.
Unfortunately, these symptoms overlap with other conditions including acute epididymo-orchitis, and quite often it is scrotal exploration that confirms the diagnosis.
aeruginosa or other gram-negative bacteria resistant to all other oral antimicrobial drugs Joint and bone infections, epididymo-orchitis, prostatitis, or perichondritis of the pinna suspected or proven to be caused by gram-negative or -positive bacteria resistant to all other appropriate antimicrobial drugs Gonorrhea Topical, ear Treatment of chronic 24.
Early epididymo-orchitis will show increased blood flow within both the testicle and the epididymis, often with an enlarged, hypoechoic testicle and epididymis on the symptomatic side (Figure 15).
This is more unique in that it presented as epididymo-orchitis thus highlighting the need for high index of suspicion, even with innocuous testicular symptoms, following previous groin surgery.
Less common presentations include epididymo-orchitis, oophoritis, pancreatitis and meningoencephalitis.
4,5) Genitourinary manifestations of sarcoidosis include renal disease with nephrocalcinosis, painless testicular masses, and acute epididymo-orchitis with testicular swelling.
Any proven or suspected * Sexually transmitted infections genitourinary infections, testicular infections or * Epididymo-orchitis inflammations * Mumps orchitis 4.