Dystrophic Calcified Nodule Testis - A Rare Case Report

Journal Title: Scholars Journal of Medical Case Reports - Year 2016, Vol 4, Issue 10


Abstract:Intratesticular calcification has been a concern for practicing surgeons because of its possible association with testicular cancers. A case of testicular calcified nodule of 23mm size in a 70 year old male is reported who presented to us with complaint of swelling & heaviness in right testis. Pt was evaluated to rule out any testicular tumor. Ultrasonography showed a calcified lesion in right testis. High orchidectomy was done after frozen section report. Post operatively, patient recovered well and was discharged. Our case is a unique one, as till date no case of Testicular calcified nodule of such a large size has been reported. Keywords:Dystrophic calcified nodule testis, Testicular Macrolithiasis, Testicular Microlithiasis, USG Scrotum.

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Dr. A. S. Grover, Dr. Mukesh Goel, Dr. Abhitesh Singh, Dr. Guramritpal Singh, Dr Anil Kumar Suri, Dr. Sumeet Mahajan


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Dr. A. S. Grover, Dr. Mukesh Goel, Dr. Abhitesh Singh, Dr. Guramritpal Singh, Dr Anil Kumar Suri, Dr. Sumeet Mahajan (2016). Dystrophic Calcified Nodule Testis - A Rare Case Report. Scholars Journal of Medical Case Reports, 4(10), 726-728. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-374257