Korean J Urol.  1998 Sep;39(9):934-936.

A Case of Fibrous Pseudotumor Originating from the Testicular Albuginea in the Children

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  • 1Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Kon Kuk University, Chungju, Korea.

Abstract

The fibrous pseudotumor arising from testicular albuginea in child is very rare benign tumor We experienced a case of this tumor in 6 year old boy who present with painless and nontender scrotal mass, which was movable on palpation. It was a hyperechoic lesion with calcification and had unclear relationship with testis in ultrasonography. Orchiectomy was performed after clamping of spermatic cord due to possibility of malignancy. The excised mass was 2.2xl.5cm sized, ovoid, white-yellowish, had a short stalk arising from testicular albuginea and showed whorled pattern in cut section. Microscopically, abundant collagenous fiber, proliferative fibroblast and calcification were noted.

Keyword

Fibrous pseudotumor; Testis; Child

MeSH Terms

Child*
Collagen
Constriction
Fibroblasts
Humans
Male
Orchiectomy
Palpation
Spermatic Cord
Testis
Ultrasonography
Collagen
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