Korean J Urol.  1991 Feb;32(1):169-170.

A case of intrascrotal calculi

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  • 1Cheongpyung Armed forces Evacuation Hospital, Seoul, Korea.

Abstract

The stone disease of urinary tract is common and familiar to urologist. But intrascrotal calculus is a rare disease. It is believed to originate either as a fibrinous deposit in tunica vaginalis testis or as a remnant of the appendix testis or appendix epididymis that has undergone torsion and become freely movable. Herein I report a case of intrascrotal calculi in the patient who complained scrotal mass.

Keyword

scrotum; calculus

MeSH Terms

Appendix
Calculi*
Epididymis
Fibrin
Humans
Male
Rare Diseases
Scrotum
Testis
Urinary Tract
Fibrin
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