EURORAD ESR

Case 2581

Testicular feminization syndrome.

Author(s)
Skiadas V, Ladopoulos C, Primetis H, Kapos A
 
Patient
male, 16 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Pelvic transabdominal ultrasound.

    Pelvic transabdominal ultrasound. Ovoid mass in the left inguinal canal, with echogenicity similar to that of a testis but a slightly smaller size. Similar findings were identified in the right inguinal canal.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Pelvic transabdominal ultrasound.;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Axial T2-weighted image (TR/TE: 2500/80)

    Axial T2-weighted image (TR/TE: 2500/80). The round lesions inside the inguinal canals show intermediate signal intensity due to atrophy and fibrosis. They were proven to be ectopic testes.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Axial T2-weighted image (TR/TE: 2500/80);
     
     
  • Figure 3
    Sagital T2-weighted image (TR/TE: 2500/80)

    Sagittal T2-weighted image (TR/TE: 2500/80). A midline sagital image proves the absence of uterus.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Sagital T2-weighted image (TR/TE: 2500/80);
     
     
Pelvic transabdominal ultrasound. Ovoid mass in the left inguinal canal, with echogenicity similar to that of a testis but a slightly smaller size. Similar findings were identified in the right inguinal canal.
 
Axial T2-weighted image (TR/TE: 2500/80). The round lesions inside the inguinal canals show intermediate signal intensity due to atrophy and fibrosis. They were proven to be ectopic testes.
 
Sagittal T2-weighted image (TR/TE: 2500/80). A midline sagital image proves the absence of uterus.
 
 
 
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