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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The differential diagnosis of a firm, painless scrotal mass should include the possibility of a rare chronic hematocele, even in absence of trauma.
While scrotal pain is the main symptom of some scrotal pathologies, others may present only with a scrotal mass or swelling without any pain.
4) In the majority of cases, the patients are asymptomatic and present with a painless groin or scrotal mass.
The scrotal mass contained cystic areas with multiple septations and evidence of hemorrhage (Fig 2).
In large hernias the classical symptom is a 2-stage urination in which the first stage is spontaneous and the second one is facilitated by manual compression of the scrotal mass.
Location of the main bulk of tumor in the retroperitoneum contiguous via a narrowed inguinal canal segment with the smaller scrotal mass giving a dumbbell appearance was compatible with primary retroperitoneal location of the mass with extension into the inguinal region in our case.
Rhabdomyosarcoma may present as a complex solid-cystic scrotal mass, with blood flow within the solid components on color Doppler imaging.
A 16-year-old male presented with a painless and slowly growing scrotal mass first noticed in the past few years.
Meconium periorchitis (MPO) is an uncommon benign cause of a scrotal mass in the newborn.
Testicular ultrasound scan showed a 6 x 4 x 5-cm heterogeneous left scrotal mass.
It typically presents as a painless unilateral scrotal mass.
He first noticed this scrotal mass at the age of 11.