Radiological Case: Polyorchidism With Intermittent Testicular Torsion

Dana Sylvestre; Adam S. Brown, MD; Deborah Conway, MD

Disclosures

Appl Radiol. 2018;47(11):42-43. 

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Imaging Findings

Gray-scale ultrasound of the left hemiscrotum demonstrated a 4.5 x 2.2 x 3.7 cm mass lateral to the left testis with homogenous hypoechogenicity and microcalcifications (Figure 1). Color Doppler ultrasound of the left hemiscrotum demonstrated absent vascular perfusion to the left lateral testicle (Figure 2). Color Doppler US of the right and left testes demonstrated normal vascular flow (Figure 3).

Figure 1.

Sagittal (left) and trans (right) US images of the left hemiscrotum demonstrates a 4.5×2.2×3.7 cm mass lateral to the left testis with homogeneous hypoechogenicity and microcalcifications.

Figure 2.

Color Doppler US of the sagittal left hemiscrotum demonstrates absent vascular perfusion to the left lateral testicle

Figure 3.

Trans view color Doppler US of the right and left testes demonstrates normal vascular flow.

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