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William D. Middleton, MD, FACR
Scrotal Ultrasound: Tips & Tricks of the Trade
William D. Middleton, MD, FACR
03/03/2019 | Time : 35 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker offers helpful hints for scrotal ultrasound. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to review the vascular anatomy of the testis and how it helps in performing and interpreting Doppler, recognize the normal and abnormal vas deferens, understand the appearance and importance of the grey-scale findings in testicular torsion and list a differential diagnosis for incidental non-palpable intratesticular masses and solid extratesticular masses.

Topics mentioned in this video : Vascular anatomy, Cremasteric response, Vas deferens anatomy, Testicular torsion, Non-palpable intratesticular masses, Extratesticular masses

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Keywords : bell clapper deformity, color Doppler, epididymis, hydocele, orchitis, scrotal ultrasound, SCROTUM, spectral Doppler, TESTES, testicular artery, testicular mediastinum, testicular torsion, testis, transmediastinal artery, transmediastinal vein, vas deferens, whirlpool sign

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