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Chief Complaint:

Scrotal Pain

Published: Aug. 10, 2017
Case No. 73
Author: Jason2475
CASE SCENARIO

A 48year old male presents to your office with testicular pain. The pain has been present for several hours. He denies trauma to the area. On examination there is no scrotal edema and you do not appreciate any abnormal penile or scrotal lesions. The testicles are symmetric in size and shape. Elevation of the scrotum alleviates the patient’s pain.

QUESTION

What is the most likely cause of the patients’ pain?

Urinary tract infection
Epididymitis
Testicular Torsion
Testicular Cancer