Segmental Testicular Infarction Mimicking Testicular Seminoma

  • Published 2017


Submit Manuscript | spermatic artery, hypercoagulability disorders and sickle cell disease [1-4]. Usually occurs between the third and fourth decade of life, the most common symptom is acute onset orchialgia; Scrotal US remains the first assessment tool, it is described as a wedge-shaped or rounded area of hypoechogenicity within… (More)


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