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*  Spermatocele
"Spermatocele: Testicular cysts usually need no treatment". Mayo Clinic. Retrieved 2017-11-21. hydrocele orchitis rete tubular ... They are not cancerous, nor do they cause an increased risk of testicular cancer. Additionally, unlike varicoceles, they do not ...
*  Hydrocele
Hydroceles are usually painless, as are testicular tumors. A common method of diagnosing a hydrocele is by attempting to shine ... Acute/chronic epididymo-orchitis Torsion of testis Testicular tumor Hematocele Filarial hydrocele Post herniorrhaphy Hydrocele ... exception - funicular hydrocele, encysted hydrocele)kuth Can get above the swelling. Most hydroceles appearing in the first ... except in the case of a malignancy with reactive hydrocele). Secondary hydroceles due to testicular diseases can be the result ...
*  Scrotum
It is a distention of the perineum and carries some abdominal tissues into its cavity including the testicular artery, ... These include: Candidiasis (yeast infection) sebaceous cyst epidermal cyst hydrocele hematocele Molluscum contagiosum ... Paget's disease of the scrotum varicocele inguinal hernia epididymo-orchitis testicular torsion genital warts testicular cancer ... testicular vein and pampiniform plexus. In humans and some other mammals, the scrotum becomes covered with pubic hair at ...
*  Hydrocele testis
Symptoms of a hydrocele can easily be distinguished from testicular cancer, as a hydrocele is soft and fluid-filled, whereas ... Hydrocele surgery with excision of the hydrocele sac is useful for large or thick-walled hydroceles and multilocular hydroceles ... Hydrocele Surgery with Plication of the Hydrocele Sac The hydrocele is opened with a small skin incision without further ... Hydrocelectomy with Excision of the Hydrocele Sac Incision of the hydrocele sac after complete mobilization of the hydrocele. ...
*  Hernia
... there is sometimes pain and swelling in the scrotum around the testicular area. Irreducible abdominal hernias or incarcerated ... such as bowel obstruction in intestinal hernias Strangulation Hydrocele of the hernial sac Hemorrhage Autoimmune problems ...
*  Polyorchidism
... can also occur in conjunction with infertility, inguinal hernia, testicular torsion, epididymitis, hydrocele ... These cases are associated with a significant increase in the incidence of testicular cancer: 0.004% for the general population ... The supernumerary testicle consists only of testicular tissue. Type A3 is the most common form of polyorchidism, and types A2 ...
*  Medical ultrasound
... it is used to distinguish more benign testicular masses (varicocele or hydrocele) from testicular cancer, which is highly ... Scrotal ultrasonography is used in the evaluation of testicular pain, and can help identify solid masses. Musculoskeletal ... for example to distinguish epididymitis from testicular torsion). In young males, ...
*  Male infertility
... seminoma Idiopathic failure Cryptorchidism Trauma Hydrocele Mumps Malaria Testicular cancer Defects in USP26 in some cases ... Post-testicular factors decrease male fertility due to conditions that affect the male genital system after testicular sperm ... Pre-testicular conditions can often be addressed by medical means or interventions. Testicular-based male infertility tends to ... A decreased testicular vascularization is characteristic of testicular torsion, whereas hyperemia is often observed in ...
*  Testicular pain
Many other less common conditions can lead to testicular pain. These include inguinal hernias, injury, hydroceles, and ... Testicular torsion usually presents with an acute onset of diffuse testicular pain and tenderness of less than 6 hrs of ... hydrocele, spermatocele, polyarteritis nodosa, testicular torsion, previous surgery and trauma. In 25% of cases the cause is ... Testicular pain is when part or all of either one or both testicles hurt. Pain of the scrotum is often included. It may be ...
*  Testicular self-examination
These include hydrocele testis, a varicocele, a spermatocele, genitourinary system cancers, urinary tract infections, sexually ... Family history of testicular cancer Past testicular tumor Undescended testicle Testicular Atrophy However, there is no medical ... The testicular self-exam (TSE) is done at home in an effort to screen for testicular cancer (secondary prevention). ... "Testicular Cancer and Testicular Self-examination: Knowledge and Attitudes of Adolescent Swedish Men". Cancer Nursing. 28 (4): ...
*  Marc Goldstein
Hydrocele, Inguinal hernia repair and testis-sparing testicular tumor excision. He was the first American surgeon to be trained ... "Ultrasound guided needle localization and microsurgical exploration for incidental non-palpable testicular tumors". Journal of ...
*  Transillumination
The resulting hydrocele presents as a painless enlargement of the scrotum, similar to what may be encountered with testicular ... "Testicular Masses." Am Fam Physician. 1998 Feb 15;57(4): 685-692. www.aafp.org/afp/1998/0215/p685.html. ... A convenient method to differentiate the conditions is to transilluminate the scrotum, as the hydrocele will appear a soft red ...
*  List of causes of genital pain
... proctitis inguinal hernia epididymo-orchitis Fournier's gangrene air embolism testicular torsion scrotal cellulitis testicular ... retrograde ejaculation deep shaft piercing spermatocele intracavernous injection post-vasectomy pain syndrome hydrocele ...
*  Inguinal hernia
Femoral hernia Epididymitis Testicular torsion Lipomas Inguinal adenopathy (Lymph node Swelling) Groin abscess Saphenous vein ... dilation, called Saphena varix Vascular aneurysm or pseudoaneurysm Hydrocele Varicocele Cryptorchidism (Undescended testes) ...
*  Andrology
Priapism Prostate cancer Prostatitis Retrograde ejaculation Seminal vesiculitis Spermatocele Testicular cancer Testicular ... Balanitis Carcinoma of the penis Cryptorchidism Epididymitis Epispadias Erectile dysfunction Frenulum breve Hydrocele ...
*  Oligospermia
Post-testicular factors decrease male fertility due to conditions that affect the male genital system after testicular sperm ... Trauma Hydrocele Mumps Malaria Defects in USP26 enzyme in some cases Mast cells releasing inflammatory mediators appear to ... Testicular factors refer to conditions where the testes produces semen of poor quality despite adequate hormonal support and ... Pre-testicular factors refer to conditions that impede adequate support of the testes and include situations of poor hormonal ...
*  Testicle
Testicular enlargement is an unspecific sign of various testicular diseases, and can be defined as a testicular size of more ... Varicocele, swollen vein(s) from the testes, usually affecting the left side, the testis usually being normal Hydrocele testis ... Testicular size as a proportion of body weight varies widely. In the mammalian kingdom, there is a tendency for testicular size ... Testicular torsion is a medical emergency. Testicular rupture is a medical emergency caused by blunt force impact, sharp edge, ...
*  Vaginal process
Congenital malformation of the vaginal process is also the leading cause of testicular torsion, since lack of attachment to the ... Peritoneal fluid can travel down a patent vaginal process leading to the formation of a hydrocele. Persistent patent processus ...
*  Scrotal ultrasound
... hence they cannot be distinguished from lesions such as testicular tumor, testicular infarction and may mimic testicular ... 18]. A hydrocele is frequently present too. The nodules may appear hypoechoic or hyperechoic, depending on the amount of ... The extent of testicular ischemia depends on the degree of torsion, which ranges from 180° to 720° or greater. The testicular ... Patients with testicular lymphoma are usually old aged around 60 years of age, present with painless testicular enlargement and ...
*  Varicocele
The testicular blood vessels originate in the abdomen and course down through the inguinal canal as part of the spermatic cord ... hydrocele (accumulation of fluid around the affected testicle), infection, or injury to the scrotal tissue or structures. In ... "Testicular lumps and swellings - Causes - NHS Choices". NHS Choices. 7 October 2014. "Low sperm count". NHS Choices. 2 August ...
*  Lymphatic filariasis
Additionally, surgical treatment may be helpful for issues related to scrotal elephantiasis and hydrocele. However, surgery is ... "Prevalence of Vizcarrondo worms in early onset lymphatic filariasis: A case study in testicular elephantiasis". Univ Puerto ... causing hydrocele formation), while Brugia timori rarely affects the genitals.[citation needed] Those who develop the chronic ...