ultrasound (sonogram) is a test that uses reflected
sound waves to produce a picture of the
The testicles are normal in shape and size
and are in the normal position.
There is no evidence of a noncancerous
(benign) or cancerous (malignant) lump in the testicles.
There is no evidence of infection or
inflammation of the testicles or
There is no twisting of the spermatic cord,
cutting off blood supply to the testicles (testicular torsion).
There is no sign of fluid in the scrotum
(hydrocele), blood in the scrotum (hematocele), fluid
in the epididymis (spermatocele), or pus in the scrotum (pyocele).
A lump is present in the testicle or there
are signs of a recurrent
Signs of infection or inflammation of the
testicles or epididymis is present.
The spermatic cord is twisted, cutting off
blood supply to the testicles (testicular torsion).
None or only one testicle is present in the
Fluid (hydrocele), blood (hematocele), or pus
(pyocele) is present in the scrotum or fluid is present in the epididymis
There is a
hernia in the scrotum.
E. Gregory Thompson, MD - Internal Medicine
Christopher G. Wood, MD, FACS - Urology, Oncology
December 28, 2012
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