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Teaching File

This page provides 70 images from four excellent review articles for learning the previously mentioned conditions as well as other diagnoses found on testicular ultrasound not discussed.

Aso, C. et al. Radiographics 2005;25 1197-1214

Normal mediastinum, normal testis and epididymis and tunica albuginea.

Normal flow with Doppler, Epididymis.

Palpable mass (epididymal cyst), Microlithiasis.

Normal epididymal appendage, Torsion of appendage without and with flow Doppler.

Dogra, V. S. et al. Radiology 2003;227 18-36

Normal mediastinum, Fournier's Gangrene (shadowing).

Epididymoorchitis with hydrocele, Seminoma without and with flow Doppler.

Cystic Teratoma, Teratoma, Cryptorchidism, Epidermoid cyst.

Deurdulian, C. et al. Radiographics 2007;27 357-369

Normal mediastinum, normal transverse.

Tunica Albuginea layer and calculus, Hydrocele, Complex hydrocele.

Intratesticular hematoma without and with flow Doppler.

Extratesticular hematoma without and with flow Doppler, Fracture.

ULTRASOUND Q., Volume 22(2).June 2006.121-136

Scrotal hernia, Simple cysts

Mature cystic teratoma, Epidermoid cyst, Calculi

Tincua Albuginea Cyst, Fracture, Tubular Ectasia of Rete Testis, Spermatocele

Abscess.

Varicocele, Spermatocele or Epididymal cyst.

Varicocele, Hematocele.

Inguinoscrotal hernia, Hydrocele.

ULTRASOUND Q., Volume 20(4).December 2004.181-200

Mixed germ-cell tumor, Varicocele.

Semonioma, Non-seminoma.

Burned-out germ-cell tumor

Normal.

Microlithiasis.

Epididymitis.

Epididymoorchitis.

Abscess, Epididymal cyst, Cryptorchidism

Simple hydrocele, complex hydrocele.



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