Unilateral undescended testicle with ipsilateral fixed-matted inguinal mass: A case report

Jan Michael A Silangcruz, Michael E Chua, Michael John Francis V Gaston

Abstract


We described a rare occurrence of unilateral undescended testis with an ipsilateral fixed matted inguinal mass in a 15 month old male with normal tumor markers. Doppler ultrasound showed calcified masses with no obvious color blood flow. We discussed considerations in the management of the case and reiterated the importance of basic thorough medical history taking and physical examination as a vital step to prevent unnecessary surgical procedures as well as arriving at a correct diagnosis.


Keywords


Undescended testis; cryptorchidism; BCG adenitis; inguinal mass; child

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14534/PUCR.2016114554

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