scrotal mass

scrotal mass

Urology A lump palpable in the scrotum, which may be benign–eg, hematocele, spermatocele, inflammation–eg, epididymitis, trauma, hernia, or malignant–eg, seminoma
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As shown in the present case, the MRI signs of this tumor include a multiseptated scrotal mass (1).
A patient in the older age group had inguinal orchiectomy due to non-discrimination of scrotal mass, continuing clinical suspect of scrotal mass and high level of tumor possibility, after was determined to have paratesticular RMS.
Prenatal torsion classically presents as a firm, non-tender scrotal mass in a neonate (Jefferies et al.
A resection of the scrotal mass was performed with reconstruction of the scrotum, penis and perineum.
A 14-year-old boy was admitted to the urology department with the complaint of a scrotal mass that was observed two months previously.
The sctroum should be scanned in case of scrotal mass.
A scrotal mass was present since birth and had increased in size with age.
Fine needle aspiration biopsy of scrotal mass confirmed moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma.
A 45 year old male was admitted with a right scrotal mass of 5 months duration.
On the seventh visit on April 20, 2007, doctors admitted Ethan to Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children at Yorkhill and found a scrotal mass.
The presence of cervical involvement is believed to be a marker for advanced disease, and most patients with testicular carcinomas present with other symptoms, such as a scrotal mass.