Benign condition characterized by presence of single or multiple calcified nodules.
Children and young adults.
Skin of scrotum, testis, and paratesticular structures.
Scrotum: Single or multiple mobile masses affecting the skin of this region.
Testis: Single palpable mass of varying size near the pole of the organ.
Calcifying nodules are benign lesions and the prognosis after excision is excellent.
Well-circumscribed yellowish nodules, rarely pedunculated (Gi et al. 2008).