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Testicular Torsion

Krasnokutsky MK - MedPix

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Testicular Torsion

History: 11 year old African American boy was playing/jumping in the pool. He started to feel pain in his scrotum that increased in severity. Patient presented to emergency room 4 hrs after the initial onset of pain.

Findings: Sonographic evaluation of testes demonstrate no flow in the right testicle. A normal flow is present in the left testicle. There is a small hydrocele around the superior pole of the right testicle.

Ddx: No ddx for testicle without flow. Painful testicle ddx includes: orchitis/epididymitis, other findings of trauma such as hematoma.

Dxhow: The ultrasound was diagnostic. Patient was taken to surgery where it was confirmed.

Exam: Physical exam demonstrated enlarged right side of scrotum.

No MeSH data available.


Transverse view of both testes at the same time provide for an excellent comparison of flow to the left side and absolutely no flow to the right.
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Testicular Torsion

Krasnokutsky MK - MedPix

Transverse view of both testes at the same time provide for an excellent comparison of flow to the left side and absolutely no flow to the right.
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MPX1703_synpic20164: Transverse view of both testes at the same time provide for an excellent comparison of flow to the left side and absolutely no flow to the right.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Testicular Torsion

History: 11 year old African American boy was playing/jumping in the pool. He started to feel pain in his scrotum that increased in severity. Patient presented to emergency room 4 hrs after the initial onset of pain.

Findings: Sonographic evaluation of testes demonstrate no flow in the right testicle. A normal flow is present in the left testicle. There is a small hydrocele around the superior pole of the right testicle.

Ddx: No ddx for testicle without flow. Painful testicle ddx includes: orchitis/epididymitis, other findings of trauma such as hematoma.

Dxhow: The ultrasound was diagnostic. Patient was taken to surgery where it was confirmed.

Exam: Physical exam demonstrated enlarged right side of scrotum.

No MeSH data available.