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Testicular epidermoid cyst pathologically confirmed.

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Testicular epidermoid cyst pathologically confirmed.

History: 23 year old male presents with new, firm, painless, left testicular mass.

Findings: Within the left testes there is a 1.9cm well-defined heterogeneous but predominantly hypoechoic solid mass.

Ddx: Germ Cell tumors Stromal tumors Metastasis Abscess Infarct Granulomatous disease

Exam: Palpable, firm nodule within the left testes.

No MeSH data available.


Gray-scale ultrasound evaluation of the left testis in longitudinal plane shows a well defined hypoechoic but heterogeneous lesion in the left testis.
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MPX2310_synpic17455: Gray-scale ultrasound evaluation of the left testis in longitudinal plane shows a well defined hypoechoic but heterogeneous lesion in the left testis.


Testicular epidermoid cyst pathologically confirmed.

Shirley DLS - MedPix

Gray-scale ultrasound evaluation of the left testis in longitudinal plane shows a well defined hypoechoic but heterogeneous lesion in the left testis.
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MPX2310_synpic17455: Gray-scale ultrasound evaluation of the left testis in longitudinal plane shows a well defined hypoechoic but heterogeneous lesion in the left testis.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Testicular epidermoid cyst pathologically confirmed.

History: 23 year old male presents with new, firm, painless, left testicular mass.

Findings: Within the left testes there is a 1.9cm well-defined heterogeneous but predominantly hypoechoic solid mass.

Ddx: Germ Cell tumors Stromal tumors Metastasis Abscess Infarct Granulomatous disease

Exam: Palpable, firm nodule within the left testes.

No MeSH data available.