What is a testicular ultrasound?
Testicular ultrasound is useful for analyzing the epididymis, testes, and canals. It is used in the following cases:
- Detection of a testicular torsion;
- Location of an undescended testicle;
- Detection of fertility problems;
- Determination of the presence of nodules in the scrotal region;
- Determination of whether a protuberance in the scrotum or testicles is solid (tumor) or filled with liquid (cyst);
- Discovery of tumors;
- Assessment of blood vessels.
No preparation is required before a testicular ultrasound. However, it is recommended to avoid the use of creams or perfumes before the examination.
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