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Chronic hematoceles are rare scrotal masses. Clinically and sonographically, a hematocele may simulate a testicular neoplasm. We describe a case of an idiopathic hematocele, which was mistaken for malignant mesothelioma of the tunica vaginalis testis see Fig. Scrotal sac filled with a large, heterogeneous and mixed collection with internal non pure cystic areas and thick septations.

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Scrotal haematoceles are collections of blood within the scrotal sac , but outside of the testis. A haematocele normally results from trauma to the scrotum, or on occasion following surgery. Some think that a varicocele is a risk factor for developing a haematocele 4. Ultrasound is usually the sole imaging modality used, typically being first line for those with a scrotal swelling or pain following trauma to the scrotum. Unlike a hydrocele , which is anechoic, a haematocele is of increased echogenicity and often has septa within.

If the ultrasonographic investigation is performed right after the event, a fresh haematocele can appear anechoic, though some turbulence will occasionally be seen within it. A clinical differential would be for a scrotal wall hematoma.

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Pubmed citation 3. Hematocele after laparoscopic appendectomy. Sommers D, Winter T. Ultrasonography evaluation of scrotal masses.

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Cases and figures. Case 1 Case 1. Case 2: haematocele with testicular rupture Case 2: haematocele with testicular rupture. Imaging differential diagnosis. Scrotal wall hematoma with a small haematocoele Scrotal wall hematoma with a small haematocoele.

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Scrotal haematoceles are collections of blood within the scrotal sac , but outside of the testis. A haematocele normally results from trauma to the scrotum, or on occasion following surgery. Some think that a varicocele is a risk factor for developing a haematocele 4. Ultrasound is usually the sole imaging modality used, typically being first line for those with a scrotal swelling or pain following trauma to the scrotum. Unlike a hydrocele , which is anechoic, a haematocele is of increased echogenicity and often has septa within.

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Idiopathic chronic hematocele mimicking a mesothelioma of the tunica vaginalis testis

Idiopathic chronic hematocele of the vaginal sac. Carlos Alvarez-Alvarez; Luis A. Farina-Perez; Celso R. Correspondence address.

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