Testicle Tumor

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Cases of Testicle Tumor

Cases of Yolk Sac Testicle Tumor

US of testicular yolk sac tumor
Transverse color doppler US of the scrotum (above) shows the left testicle is hypervascular and much larger in size than the right testicle. Sagittal US of the left testicle (below) shows the testicular enlargement is due to a large round mass in the superior aspect of the testicle that is discrete from the normal testicle inferiorly.

Cases of Embryonal Cell Testicle Tumor

US of embryonal cell testicle tumor
Transverse US of the scrotum (above) shows a focal hypoechoic lesion along the medial border of the left testicle which on the sagittal US of the left testicle (below) appears to have an echogenic posterior aspect, representing calcification.