This study included 18 benign testicular diseases, namely seven cases of testicular torsion, three cases of testicular infarction, two cases of traumatic hemorrhagic necrosis, two epidermoid cysts, two cases of acute mumps orchitis
and three undescended testes.
Polyarteritis nodosa presenting as acute orchitis
: a case report and review of the literature.
(Self-) palpation orchitis
. J Gen Intern Med 1988; 3: 97.
No other complications like nerve injury, division of vas, genital oedema, orchitis
, testicular atrophy, hydrocoele, aspiration pneumonia, urinary retention, or venous thrombosis were encountered.
A 56-year-old male patient presented with high grade fever and headache for a month associated with proximal myalgias, right ankle synovitis, and bilateral orchitis
. His general examination was remarkable for the thickened right superficial temporal artery with scalp tenderness.
Postoperative complications include "hematoma or seroma development (2-13.6%), urinary retention or infection (0-2.6%), wound infection (0-1.8%), and orchitis
(1-1.6%) [2, 4, 7-9]." Intraoperative vessel injury is within a range of .002-.8% .
usually originates from inflammation of the epididymis .
HSP can also present with arthritis, gastrointestinal bleeding, and orchitis
with symptoms of testicular pain and swelling in up to 20% of affected boys clinically [3-9], but there has been no pathologically proven IgA-associated vasculitis of the testicles documented even in patients with testicular pain.
The urological manifestations of PAN documented in the literature include ureteric stenosis and orchitis
. [5,6] We present a case of systemic PAN involving the bladder in a man presenting with a bladder outlet obstruction due to a mass.
A public health expert Dr Wasim Khawaja from Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) said that the complications of dengue fever are depression, chronic fatigue, pneumonia, bone marrow failure, iritis, orchitis
, and variety of neurological complications.
(22) In up to approximately 40% of cases, orchitis
develops due to contiguous spread of infection; US findings include an enlarged, heterogeneous, and hyperemic testis.
Absence of vascularity is highly suggestive of infarction or abscess in contrast to testicular tumors or focal orchitis
, which are usually hypervascular.