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Pelvis » Scrotum And Testicles
Atrophic right testis
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Author(s) :
Vikas Arora, MD
Presentation This was a follow-up scan in a 35-year-old man with a previous history of right orchitis.
Caption: Comparative scans of both the testes
Description: The left testis is normal in size and architecture. The right testis is significantly smaller in size than the left testis and comparatively appears to be hypoechoic.
Caption: Color Doppler scan of the right testis
Description: No areas of normal flow are identified within the small right testis. These features are consistent with atrophy of the right testis, that occurred as a sequel to prior episode of orchitis.
Caption: Color Doppler scan of the left testis
Description: Normal intra-testicular flow is identified in the left testis.
Differential Diagnosis Atrophic right testis
Final Diagnosis Atrophic right testis as a sequel to previous orchitis
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