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Testicular Ultrasound

Images of the testicles and the scrotal tissues are captured during a testicular ultrasound, a diagnostic procedure. They can find potential cancer patterns using the test's images. They can also show whether there is a torsion or a cyst (a fluid-filled sac). Additionally, testicular cancer and issues with blood flow in the scrotum can be detected with an ultrasound.

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I have a spheroidal scrotal mass. What does it mean?

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 30-year-old male. Ten weeks ago, my sperm showed no liquefication, low mobility, and a high count of leukocytes. Eight weeks ago, I experienced severe sudden pain on the right side of the scrotum, specifically on the epididymis. I do not have a bacterial infection in the urine,...  Read Full »

Dr. Madhav Tiwari

Answer: Hello, Welcome to It seems highly unlikely that a testicular tumor would have been missed on various ultrasounds before your surgery. Where did the doctor say the lesion was? Was it within the testis or outside? More likely, it could be an infection, infarct, torsion, or infection of ...  Read Full »

I have a swelling in the right testicle. How do you treat this?

Query: Hi doctor, For the past week, I have felt a weird swelling inside the right testicle. It feels uncomfortable only if I touch it. Overall after working days, I have pulled down sensations. The overall condition did not affect peeing or sex part. A week ago, I felt like it had gone, however two days l...  Read Full »

Dr. Samer Sameer Juma Ali Altawil

Answer: Hi, Welcome to This is a varicocele which is dilated veins around the testis. The cause may be primary in 90 percent of the cases and secondary in 10 percent of the cases. It causes a dragging sensation and heaviness in the testis. An ultrasound scan of the scrotum diagnoses it. Pleas...  Read Full »

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