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Adults : A Case Report and Discussion " Blue Balls " : A Diagnostic Consideration in Testiculoscrotal Pain in Young

@inproceedings{Chalett2000AdultsA,
  title={Adults : A Case Report and Discussion " Blue Balls " : A Diagnostic Consideration in Testiculoscrotal Pain in Young},
  author={Jonathan M. Chalett and Lewis T. Nerenberg},
  year={2000}
}
Objective. To distinguish the fact from artifact of an isolated, large, intracranial cyst on prenatal sonography (PSG). Background. The use of PSG is rapidly increasing with most obstetric ultrasounds occurring in general community settings like small hospitals and clinics with personnel who have variable training, experience, and interest levels. In contrast, most PSG articles and books are produced in large subspecialty centers with concentrated referral bases plus both highly-trained and… 

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Isolated Large Third-Trimester Intracranial Cyst on Fetal Ultrasound: Fact or Fiction?
TLDR
A multidisciplinary approach to prenatal abnormalities like isolated third trimester unilateral intracranial cyst in both primary and tertiary care settings aids interpretation followed by expectant conservative management without elaborate, risky, or terminal interventions is suggested.