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A 21-year-old male asked:

Dead testis 1cm,usg shows no vascularity, hypoechoic with 2 cysts10mm & 6mm also hypoechoic.foci of calcification for 2 years, it could be normal?

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Dr. Kenneth Licker
Urology 51 years experience
Abnormal testis: Without a physical examination or review of the ultrasound, it is difficult to give an absolute recommendation. There are 2 options, assuming that the opposite testicle is normal. The first is to have abnormal the testicle removed. The second, as long as a urologist has examined you and is satisfied that there is no risk of malignancy, is to observe and have a regular follow up.
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