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Urinary Tract and male reproductive system | 2.3 Scrotum
Case 2.3.12 Testis tumors
Various benign lesions and pitfalls


Various tumors:
Adrenal rest tumors
Various tumors:
Bilateral abnormal rete testis probably fibrotic changes. The lesions should not be confused for a tumor
Case of the month May 2005: Various tumors:
Splenogonadal fusion with splenic tissue in the testis
Case of the month January 2007: Various tumors:
Epidermoid cyst with a slightly onion shaped non vascularized cystic looking testicular mass
Various tumors:
Epidermoid cyst with a well defined non vascularized mass
Various tumors:
Non vascularized testicular mass and calcifications that proved to be an epidermoid cyst
Various tumors:
Epidermoid cyst with a calcified wall
Various tumors:
Epidermoid cysts with calcified wall
Various tumors:
Epidermoid cyst in the lowerpole of the testis with a non vascularized mass with typical onion ring aspect
Various tumors:
Epidermoid cyst
Various tumors:
Hypoechoic mass lesion in the left testis that proved to be sarcoidosis
Pitfalls:
Testicular mass in a 32 year old patient with mixed echogenicity but without vascularization. At surgery only a hemorrhagic inflammation was ...
Pitfalls:
Testicular masses in a 36 year old patient with mixed echogenicity but without vascularization caused by partly hemorrhagic infarcts
Pitfalls:
Small tunical adenomatoid tumor that could be mistaken for a testis tumor. The mass is surrounded by a small hydrocele
Pitfalls:
Large cystic mass without vascularization in an 85 year old patient. At operation only necrosis caused by a testicular infarction was found
Pitfalls:
Chronic inflammation of the testis and peritesticular structures that could be mistaken for a tumor
Various tumors:
Adrenal rest tumors
Various tumors:
Bilateral abnormal rete testis probably fibrotic changes. The lesions should not be confused for a tumor
Case of the month May 2005: Various tumors:
Splenogonadal fusion with splenic tissue in the testis
Case of the month January 2007: Various tumors:
Epidermoid cyst with a slightly onion shaped non vascularized cystic looking testicular mass
Various tumors:
Epidermoid cyst with a well defined non vascularized mass
Various tumors:
Non vascularized testicular mass and calcifications that proved to be an epidermoid cyst
Various tumors:
Epidermoid cyst with a calcified wall
Various tumors:
Epidermoid cysts with calcified wall
Various tumors:
Epidermoid cyst in the lowerpole of the testis with a non vascularized mass with typical onion ring aspect
Various tumors:
Epidermoid cyst
Various tumors:
Hypoechoic mass lesion in the left testis that proved to be sarcoidosis
Pitfalls:
Testicular mass in a 32 year old patient with mixed echogenicity but without vascularization. At surgery only a hemorrhagic inflammation was ...
Pitfalls:
Testicular masses in a 36 year old patient with mixed echogenicity but without vascularization caused by partly hemorrhagic infarcts
Pitfalls:
Small tunical adenomatoid tumor that could be mistaken for a testis tumor. The mass is surrounded by a small hydrocele
Pitfalls:
Large cystic mass without vascularization in an 85 year old patient. At operation only necrosis caused by a testicular infarction was found
Pitfalls:
Chronic inflammation of the testis and peritesticular structures that could be mistaken for a tumor
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