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Case 9.3.4 Neonatal extravaginal testicular torsion and atrophic testis in the newborn


Neonatal testicular torsion:
Neonatal testicular torsion with an inhomogeneous swollen left testis and epididymis without vascularity
Neonatal testicular torsion:
Neonatal testicular torsion with swollen inhomogeneous nonvasculaized testis and peritesticular vascularity
Case of the month March 2005: Neonatal testicular torsion:
Neonate with extravaginal bilateral testical torsion with calcifications in the tunica vaginalis on the right side and enlarged left testicl ...
Neonatal testicular torsion:
Testicular torsion in a 6 month old boy at operation irreversible ischemic changes in the testicle were found (there was a delay in treatmen ...
Neonatal testicular torsion:
Bilateral atrophic calcified testes probably caused by a neonatal testicular torsion
Neonatal testicular torsion:
Atrophy of the right testicle in a 2 month old neonate possibly caused by a an old testicular torsion (see also case of the month March 2005 ...
Neonatal testicular torsion:
Neonatal testicular torsion with an inhomogeneous swollen left testis and epididymis without vascularity
Neonatal testicular torsion:
Neonatal testicular torsion with swollen inhomogeneous nonvasculaized testis and peritesticular vascularity
Case of the month March 2005: Neonatal testicular torsion:
Neonate with extravaginal bilateral testical torsion with calcifications in the tunica vaginalis on the right side and enlarged left testicl ...
Neonatal testicular torsion:
Testicular torsion in a 6 month old boy at operation irreversible ischemic changes in the testicle were found (there was a delay in treatmen ...
Neonatal testicular torsion:
Bilateral atrophic calcified testes probably caused by a neonatal testicular torsion
Neonatal testicular torsion:
Atrophy of the right testicle in a 2 month old neonate possibly caused by a an old testicular torsion (see also case of the month March 2005 ...
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