Ultrasound of the Scrotum

  • L. Garel


US can be very useful in children, especially in the case of a swollen, painful scrotum. It should be emphasized, however, that any clinical or sonographic indications of an acute surgical condition should lead to an exploratory operation without delay.


Inguinal Canal Left Testis Painful Scrotum Hormone Secreting Tumor Ectopic Testis 
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