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(Testicular pain scrotal pain groin pain )
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  • Varicocele and Testicular Pain: A Review. [Review]
  • WJWorld J Mens Health 2018 May 16
  • Paick S, Choi WS
  • Varicocele is the dilatation of the scrotal portion of pampiniform plexus and the internal spermatic venous system. About 15% of men suffer from scrotal varicocele and 2% to 10% of them complain of p...
  • Acute scrotum in setting of acute pancreatitis. [Case Reports]
  • BCBMJ Case Rep 2018 Mar 17; 2018
  • Sood A, Cole D, Alanee S
  • Acute scrotum is a urologic emergency with many aetiologies. Acute scrotum in setting of acute pancreatitis is a rare occurrence and results from an effusion of pancreatic juices into the inguinal ca...
  • Multispecialty retrospective review of the clinical utility of pelvic magnetic resonance imaging in the setting of pelvic pain. [Journal Article]
  • TATransl Androl Urol 2017; 6(6):1155-1158
  • Moore JR, Pathak RA, … Broderick GA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Chronic pelvic pain is a multispecialty complaint that is difficult to treat. We were surprised to find the large number of both specialists and generalists invested in the management of pelvic pain. The increasing availability of MRI technology makes it a likely candidate to test for a clinically significant anatomic reason for pain. Though MRI is a test with minimal adverse effect and no increased risk of radiation exposure, the cost on the healthcare system should be offset by a clear clinical utility. We found total utility to be 34% across all ordering providers and an increase in positivity with concern of oncologic disease. Therefore, we would recommend pelvic MRIs in the evaluation of patients with refractory pelvic pain.
  • Chronic Testicular and Groin Pain: Pathway to Relief. [Review]
  • CUCurr Urol Rep 2017 Sep 02; 18(10):83
  • Calixte N, Brahmbhatt J, Parekattil S
  • The management of patients suffering with chronic testicular and groin pain is very challenging. With increased awareness of men's health, more patients and clinicians are open to talk about this com...
  • Penoscrotal haematoma after cardiac catheterisation. [Case Reports]
  • BCBMJ Case Rep 2017 May 05; 2017
  • Kumar V, Soni P, … Malik B
  • Scrotal haematoma is an extremely rare complication after cardiac catheterisation (CC) with only few cases reported in literature. We report a 56-year-old patient who developed large scrotal haematom...
  • Efficacy of single-stage and two-stage Fowler-Stephens laparoscopic orchidopexy in the treatment of intraabdominal high testis. [Journal Article]
  • AJAsian J Surg 2017; 40(6):490-494
  • Wang CY, Wang Y, … Zhong M
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the case of testis with good collateral circulation, single-stage F-S laparoscopic orchidopexy had the same safety and efficacy as the two-stage F-S procedure. Surgical options should be based on comprehensive consideration of intraoperative testicular location, testicular ischemia test, and collateral circumstances surrounding the testes. Under the appropriate conditions, we propose single-stage F-S laparoscopic orchidopexy be preferred. It may be appropriate to avoid unnecessary application of the two-stage procedure that has a higher cost and causes more pain for patients.
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