Testicular neoplasms: 29 tumors studied by high-resolution US.

@article{Grantham1985TesticularN2,
  title={Testicular neoplasms: 29 tumors studied by high-resolution US.},
  author={Jon Grantham and J. Charboneau and E. Meredith James and R J Kirschling and Larry K. Kvols and Joseph W. Segura and Lester E. Wold},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1985},
  volume={157 3},
  pages={775-80}
}
High-resolution (10-MHz) ultrasonography produces extremely detailed anatomic images of the testis. The sonographic features most helpful in detecting tumors are mass, bright echogenic foci, and diffuse parenchymal texture change. Of 29 patients with testicular neoplasms, 21 (72%) had one or more masses, 19 (66%) had one or more echogenic foci, and nine (31… CONTINUE READING