TESTICULAR

TESTICULAR
To evaluate scrotal abnormalities, including masses; pain or trauma; testicular torsion (twisting of the spermatic cord that contains blood vessels that supply the testes); an absent or undescended testicle; inflammation; abnormal blood vessels; and fluid accumulation.

TESTICULAR

What is being visualized?
1. Testicles

WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE?

1. Help determine why one or both testicles have become larger
2. To look at a mass or lump in one or both of the testicles
3. Find the reason for pain in the testicles
4. Show how blood flows through the testicles 

WHO IS AT RISK?

INDIVIDUALS WITH:

1. High Blood Pressure
2. Diabetes
3. High Cholesterol
4. Smoker/History of Smoking 

INDIVIDUALS WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS:

1. Testicular pain
2. Scrotal enlargement
3. Other symptoms not listed above 

HOW TO PREPARE:

1. There is no special prep for this exam

SUPPORTING MATERIAL: LINKS

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