EURORAD ESR

Case 1152

Chronic spermatic cord torsion following scrotal hernia operation

Author(s)
O. Kilickesmez , A. Y. Barut , H. Ubic, I. N. Mutlu
 
Patient
male, 64 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Figure 1 of the case 1152
     

    Longitudinal PDUS of the right testis depicts marked hypoechogenity versus the hyperechogenity of the epididymis. A little hydrocele with internal septations. There is no flow in the testis, but periparenchymal...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Figure 1 of the case 1152;

    Longitudinal PDUS shows that right inguinal canal is widened with the enlargement of spermatic cord, there is no flow observed in the right cord.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Figure 1 of the case 1152;

    1c Longitudinal PDUS shows the normal left spermatic cord.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Figure 1 of the case 1152;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Figure 2 of the case 1152
     

    Transverse sonogram of the both testes demonstrate, decreasing in the echogenity of right testis.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Figure 2 of the case 1152;

    Transverse PDUS of both testes show abscent blood flow in the right testis, versus normal flow in the left.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Figure 2 of the case 1152;
     
     
Longitudinal PDUS of the right testis depicts marked hypoechogenity versus the hyperechogenity of the epididymis. A little hydrocele with internal septations. There is no flow in the testis, but periparenchymal tissues show some blood flow.
 
Longitudinal PDUS shows that right inguinal canal is widened with the enlargement of spermatic cord, there is no flow observed in the right cord.
 
1c Longitudinal PDUS shows the normal left spermatic cord.
 
Transverse sonogram of the both testes demonstrate, decreasing in the echogenity of right testis.
 
Transverse PDUS of both testes show abscent blood flow in the right testis, versus normal flow in the left.
 
 
 
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