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Casas Agudo Pastor - - 2009
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Faulkner L C - - 1967
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Zorgniotti A W - - 1991
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Sizer Bruce - - 2005
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Kerr O A - - 2007
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Riviello R J - - 1997
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Védrine L - - 2008
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Geisinger Kim R - - 2006
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Menezes Ritesh G - - 2008
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Diamond F B FB - - 1989
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Sharer W C - - 1982
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Dewbury K C - - 2000
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Haynes Jeffrey H - - 2006
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Gimeno Argente V - - 2006
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Ibáñez Godoy I - - 2004
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Gomes Johnny S - - 2009
Trauma to the male urethra must be efficiently diagnosed in the emergency department setting. Many patients will need to undergo immediate surgical reconstruction. Traumatic urethral injuries are rarely life-threatening; however, they can lead to sexual dysfunction and psychological stress for the patient. For example, patients who develop urethral stricture disease ...
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Banno Haruhiko - - 2006
OBJECTIVE: Spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy (SBMA) is a hereditary motor neuron disease caused by the expansion of a polyglutamine tract in the androgen receptor (AR). The nuclear accumulation of mutant AR is central to the pathogenesis of SBMA. Androgen deprivation with leuprorelin inhibits mutant AR accumulation, resulting in rescue ...
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Jung A - - 2005
BACKGROUND: Testicular temperature correlates highly with scrotal temperature. The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of the type of undertrousers on scrotal temperature during standardized periods of sitting and walking. METHODS: Fifty volunteers without a history of infertility and normal andrological examination were included for scrotal temperature ...
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Ficarra V - - 2002
OBJECTIVE: To assess the results of our experience in correcting primary varicocele using a modified technique of antegrade scrotal sclerotherapy. PATIENTS AND METHODS: From December 1997 to February 2000, 201 patients with primary varicocele underwent antegrade scrotal sclerotherapy. Before treatment all patients were evaluated by a physical examination, colour Doppler ...
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Mhiri M N - - 1988
The authors report a new case of accessory spleno-testicular fusion with scrotal pain. They point out the main features of this rare congenital anomaly and review data from the literature.
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Fahal A H - - 1993
Acute idiopathic scrotal oedema was observed in three adult diabetic patients with septic foot following life saving above knee guillotine amputation. This is a previously unreported association as far as we know and no clue to the pathogenesis could be obtained.
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Peiró F - - 2001
Bladder hernia is very uncommon. It tends to affect patients over the age of 50 and is predisposed by cervico-urethral obstruction. The condition is often diagnosed during inguinal hernia surgery. The authors report a case of massive inguino-scrotal bladder herniation. The different types of bladder hernia are described, and the ...
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Koyanagi T - - 1984
Our experience with one-stage repair of severe perineal hypospadias and scrotal transposition is described. In essence the urethra is formed by our (extended parameatal) wing flap-flipping method, while the scrotum is normally repositioned with skin closure. Comparison is made with other repairs, while the safety of the extended parameatal pedicle ...
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Meizner I - - 1992
Fetal scrotal inguinal hernia was diagnosed at 33 weeks of pregnancy by ultrasonographic examination. Moving, echo-free, cystlike structures representing peristalsis within trapped loops of bowel in an abnormally enlarged scrotum were the main ultrasonographic finding. The diagnosis was confirmed post partum, and surgery was successfully carried out 4 days after ...
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Koshariya M - - 2006
We report a case of neglected, strangulated, inguinal hernia in a middle-aged male, which presented as a scrotal fecal fistula. This is the first such case reported in an adult. The patient was treated by resection and anastamosis of the ileum, local debridement of the scrotum and Shouldice repair for ...
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Manni J J - - 1983
A case of idiopathic or Fournier's gangrene of the scrotum is described with unusual extension to the perineum. The clinical features of this disease are summarized. The literature is reviewed for extra genital extension of this gangrene of unknown aetiology. Coincidental association between infections with Onchocerca volvulus and scrotal gangrene ...
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Small M P - - 1987
A technique of penile and scrotal inversion vaginoplasty for the male to female transsexual has been used successfully in 11 gender-dysphoric patients. The depth of the neovagina is approximately 11 cm--a cosmetic and physiologic result that adds greatly to the patient's satisfaction with the operation. There were no complications of ...
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Palmer S E - - 1987
Thirty-nine unilateral cryptorchid horses were castrated, using a midline scrotal ablation technique. This approach was satisfactory to access both inguinal rings, to eliminate the need for 2 incisions, and to allow for completion of the surgery by primary closure. These horses recovered from surgery with few complications, returned to work ...
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Sule J D - - 1993
We report a rare case of scrotal arteriovenous malformation in an adolescent. Arteriovenous malformation of the scrotum is distinguished radiographically and histologically by numerous arterioles and thick walled veins with no intervening capillary bed. The cardinal sign is a bruit. Complete excision is recommended as definitive treatment. Preoperative angio-embolization may ...
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Crain T W - - 1992
We report a case of an extragonadal yolk sac tumor in a superior scrotal mass. Testicular ultrasonography was normal preoperatively and after chemotherapy. Serum alpha-fetoprotein was initially increased to 344.55 ng./ml. (normal 0 to 15) but it returned to normal after surgery and chemotherapy.
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Glimcher M E - - 1978
Giant melanosomes, ellipsoidal (1.5 micron X 1.3 micron) or spherical (1.1 micron-1.4 micron in diameter) exist in the scrotal skin of the black pelted Long Evans rat. They are longer and wider than normal stage IV melanosomes (0.7 micron X 0.4 micron) found in these dermal melanocytes.
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Rajasekar A - - 1998
Retroperitoneal extravasation is an extremely uncommon complication of duodenal ulcer perforation. The preoperative diagnosis is difficult and may even by missed at operation. There were 25 cases reported in the literature. Only one patient was correctly diagnosed preoperatively and only seven patients survived. We describe the first case of retroperitoneal ...
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Watanabe K - - 1988
We report a rare case of malignant fibrous histiocytoma arising from the scrotal wall. Wide excision of the tumor was followed 9 months later by metastasis to the ipsilateral superficial inguinal nodes. The patient remained well without evidence of disease 15 months after ipsilateral ilioinguinal node dissection.
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Shah J - - 2001
Scrotal haematoma is an unusual complication following percutaneous transluminal angioplasty. It carries significant morbidity and causes extreme discomfort to the patient. We describe the case of a 75-year-old diabetic man who developed this complication. Recommendations are made for investigation and management of this problem, which is so infrequently encountered in ...
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Simoneaux S F - - 1995
Crohn's disease often is detected in adolescents with nonspecific gastrointestinal complaints. Extraintestinal complications are common but usually follow the onset of the bowel complaints. We present an unusual case in which scrotal swelling was the first symptom in a patient discovered to have Crohn's disease.
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Young W A - - 1988
The rectus abdominis muscle flap provides excellent coverage of major scrotal defects. It is a simple, reliable, one-stage procedure which covers the exposed testes and gives a satisfactory aesthetic result and is an ideal choice for covering the contaminated wound.
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Jamaleddine F N - - 1988
An asymptomatic nodule over the right labium majus of a 13-year-old girl is described. Examination of an excisional biopsy specimen revealed a well-circumscribed lobular mass of calcium deposits. No underlying laboratory abnormalities were detected. The lesion most likely represents the female counterpart of idiopathic scrotal calcinosis.
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Waldron H A - - 1984
Between 1936 and 1976, 344 cases of scrotal cancer were registered in the West Midlands Region. There was a considerable increase in the number of registrations after 1955, the figures remaining high until the 1970s since when they appear to be falling towards the low level seen in the early ...
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Vahlensieck Winfried - - 2010
Trauma, inflammation, or necrosis in the scrotal cavity may lead to depositing of organic material in hydrocele fluid with consecutive calcification if the fluid is oversaturated. During a period of 25 years, 2 scrotal calculi (calculous material in hydrocele fluid) in 2 of 42 patients (4.8%) were found during surgery ...
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El-Saeity N S - - 2006
A scrotal varicocele is a common finding during both a scrotal clinical examination or during the course of a scrotal ultrasound examination and invariably found in the left hemiscrotum. Traditionally when a scrotal varicocele is found, the referring clinician requests a renal ultrasound examination or the sonographer extends the examination ...
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Quinn F M - - 1990
Unilateral cryptorchidism was induced in under 2-day-old Wistar rat pups. A control group of rats underwent sham operation at the same age. The animals were killed at intervals from 5 to 120 days, both testes were excised, weighted, and processed for histological examination, morphometric measurement of the seminiferous tubules, and ...
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Reed Robyn C - - 2011
OBJECTIVE: Neuroblastoma is a common malignancy of infancy and childhood. The scrotum and paratesticular tissues are rare sites of presentation. We report the case of an infant who presented with a scrotal mass that proved to be a metastatic neuroblastoma. PATIENT AND RESULTS: A previously healthy 4-month-old boy presented with ...
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Lee Aleum - - 2009
We evaluated the US findings in acute idiopathic scrotal edema (AISE) in order to identify diagnostic features that may help to avoid unnecessary surgical intervention. We investigated 12 boys with AISE diagnosed according to the clinical course and US findings. We assessed the thickness, compressibility, and vascularity of the scrotal ...
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Aendekerk R P P - - 2002
For non-scrotal testes a distinction can be made between retractile testes (completely descended and normally developed but sometimes situated subcutaneously in the groin area), retained testes (testes cannot be brought into the scrotum or this can only be achieved using light manual pressure) and ectopic testes (lying outside of the ...
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Taylor D C - - 1987
The responses of neurones in the caudate-putamen complex of anaesthetised rats to different scrotal skin temperatures were examined, together with the electroencephalogram (EEG). Caudate neuronal firing patterns did not change independently of rate, unlike the thermo-responsive cells of the hypothalamus previously reported. The scrotal skin temperature threshold for the caudate ...
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Murshidi M S - - 1990
In a five years period (1983-1988) we were faced with three patients who had inadequate primary surgical management for their testicular tumours in the form of local testicular biopsy through a scrotal incision. Management of two of these patients by a high inguinal orchidectomy with wide local excision at the ...
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Dargin James M - - 2011
The diagnosis of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is often missed as a result of an atypical presentation, resulting in increased mortality. Here we present an unusual case of painless scrotal ecchymosis as a presentation of ruptured AAA. We review the origin of the scrotal sign of Bryant and emphasize ...
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Erdogan Derya - - 2013
Gastric perforation in neonates is an uncommon condition. A four-day-male neonate was referred with respiratory distress, abdominal distention, right scrotal swelling and extensive emphysema of the abdominal wall. Abdominal X-ray findings showed bilateral sub-diaphragmatic free air, right scrotal pneumatocele and subcutaneous emphysema of the abdominal wall. During the operation, pre-pyloric ...
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Gakiya M - - 1994
Scrotal calcification is a rare complication of childhood hydrocele testis. Herein, a 12-year-old boy who suffered from left hydrocele testis with intrascrotal calcification is reported. The boy had experienced scrotal pain about 6 months prior to the first visit to our hospital, and gradually noted scrotal swelling. Physical examination revealed ...
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Holloway B J - - 1998
PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to determine the utility of scrotal sonography in the evaluation of patients with scrotal pain or swelling following inguinal hernia repair. METHODS: From our database, we identified patients who were referred for sonographic evaluation because of persistent scrotal pain or swelling after inguinal ...
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