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Atrophic testicle1cm. ,no vascularity, hypoechoic with 2 cysts10mm & 6mm also hypoechoic.foci of calcification. for 2 years.what it could be normal?

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Dr. Michael Gabor answered

Specializes in Diagnostic Radiology

It is not: normal, but in a sense it is the current "normal" for you because atrophy is not reversible. This occurs due to a previous injury, vascular problem, or possibly infection. Undescended testes are often atrophic as well. If both testes are atrophic, there could be a hormonal basis.

Answered 7/23/2018

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