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Thomas C. Winter, MD
There is a Mass in the Scrotum: What Does It Mean
Thomas C. Winter, MD
01/21/2018 | Time : 41 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses diagnosing scotal pathology. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able offer a differential diagnosis for both intratesticular as well as extratesticular masses and recognize the significance of microlithiasis.

Topics mentioned in this video : Scrotal evaluation, Focal testicular lesions, Cystic testicular lesions, Epididymitis, Scrotal trauma, Extra-testiclar masses, Varicocele, Hernias, Testicular microlithiasis

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