Four cases of filarial epididymitis, two cases each of non-specific granulomatous epididymitis and fibromatous periorchitis [Figure 1d] and one case of mesothelial cyst were reported.
Fibromatous periorchitis exhibits diffuse proliferative encasement of the testis and manifests grossly as an indurated testis reminiscent of malignancy.
Meconium periorchitis (MPO) is an uncommon benign cause of a scrotal mass in the newborn.
Meconium periorchitis - a cause of scrotal mass in the newborn.
Meconium periorchitis a rare cause of a paratesticular mass.
5] Rarely, fibrous pseudotumours may consist of a diffuse fibroinflammatory proliferation of the paratesticular/testicular soft tissues which encase the testis, more specifically known as fibromatous periorchitis.
Intraoperatively, there were signs of significant periorchitis with adhesions of the testicle to the scrotal wall and a hematocele.
5] Historically, fibrous pseudotumours have been referred to by multiple names including fibromatous periorchitis, nonspecific paratesticular fibrosis, nodular fibropseudotumour, reactive periorchitis, fibroma, fibrous pseudotumour, pseudofibromatous periorchitis, proliferative funiculitis and several others.