Isolated periarteritis nodosa of the spermatic cord presenting as a scrotal mass: Report of a case
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We report a 57-year-old man who visited a local hospital because of a fist-sized swelling and pain in his right scrotum. Surgically resected tissue revealed necrotizing arteritis in a small spermatic artery. As systemic symptoms for angiitis were not present, this is thought to be the second case of isolated angiitis occurring in the spermatic cord.
Key wordsPeriarteritis nodosa Vasculitis Spermatic cord
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