Testicular Torsion: Evaluation and Management

@article{Lavallee2005TesticularTE,
  title={Testicular Torsion: Evaluation and Management},
  author={Mark E. Lavallee and Jason Cash},
  journal={Current Sports Medicine Reports},
  year={2005},
  volume={4},
  pages={102–104}
}
Testicular torsion is described as the twisting of the spermatic cord resulting in acute pain and ischemia. This has a tendency to occur more frequently during adolescence and its cause is unknown. The most common signs and symptoms include red, swollen scrotum and acutely painful testicle, often in the absence of trauma. Nausea and vomiting are common. The most common conditions in the differential diagnosis include epididymitis, strangulated inguinal hernia, traumatic hematoma, testicular… Expand
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