Spermatic cord hematoma in an adult patient with testicular trauma: Sonological appearances of a rare entity


Department of Radiology, St. John's Hospital, Kattappana, Kerala, India


Acute scrotal injuries with resultant testicular contusions, testicular torsion, testicular infarction, and testicular rupture have been well documented in the literature. Spermatic cord hematoma has been rarely reported, and this case report describes the sonological appearances of the above-mentioned entity in an 18-year-old male.


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