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Misplaced Testes Hidden In Abdomen
Few prominent mesenteric nodes are seen in RLQ (right lower quadrant) -Tiny cyst in Rt lobe of the liver. - Urinary bladder diverticulum?
Nodes liver cyst: These findings described suggest a diagnostic study was performed and probably a abdominal pelvic CT. They cysts and nodes are relatively common incidental findings which may or may not relate to the purpose for which the study was ordered. That it was ordered suggests a venue for you to discuss the results with the provider who ordered it. The Urinary bladder diverticulum may need further eval. ...Read more
Pain in right testicle that radiates up to right side of abdomen. Not epididymis. Small painful nodule where vas deferens and testicle converge?
See a doctor: While it sounds like it could well be epididymitis, it could also be a kidney stone or torsion of a testicular appendage. How do you know it's not epididymitis? Early on even the best of tests can yield false negatives though my money is on a torsion of a testicular appendage usually located at the top of testicle between the testicle and the epididymis. You should go to the ER now. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not the hernia: Usually, the hernia itself is a defect in the abdominal wall. The wall is made of muscle and fascia, so the defect is just an opening in the sheet of muscle/fascia that is not normally there. Organs and items usually contained in the abdomen can 'poke out' through the abnormal opening ; can even get stuck. The hernia would not change positions, but the items poking out into the hernia could change. ...Read more
Stones in scrotum. Left side only. Not on testicle. Up inside where scrotum attaches to body. Possibly on spermatic cord.
Calcifications: Can occur anywhere in the body, and the male genitals are no exception. Scrotal calculi are freely mobile calcified bodies lying between the layers of the tunica vaginalis. The cause is unclear: injury, inflammation, & infarction are possibilities. Masses in the spermatic cord can calcify, and phleboliths are stones in the veins of the body. If it is painful, or changing in size, get it evaluated. ...Read more
Scrotal trauma has resulted in pulling pain in lower abdomen right side diagonally 1-2 inch away from penile shaft.Usg is nrml.So CT or MRI can help?
Where in the abdomen are the holes placed for prostatectomy surgery, lower abdomen, middle abdomen?
Umbilicus plus mid: or lower abdomen idf having a robot assisted prostatectomy. Your urologist can tell you exactly. Don't be shy about calling & finding out, UR the patient/customer & surgeon is providing a service which will be well compensated by you, insurance or comination of both. Good Luck ...Read more
Dull ache in right testicle, mainly in the spermatic cord/epididymis area, swollen and sensitive spermatic cord and epididymis with cloudy urine.
Ultrasound for lower abdomen
urinary bladder is normal in wall thickness and intraluminal contents.
Uterus is normal in size and anteverted in po?
Question: Is it the case that you had a question. Your question didn't come through so maybe you want to rephrase it? ...Read more
Dull ache in right testicle, mainly in the spermatic cord/epididymis area, swollen and sensitive spermatic cord and epididymis, pressure+heavy feeling?
Can MRI detect pull/ inflammation/ injury in tissues /muscle/ ligament which is connected from testis to lower abdomen above penile shaft without dye?
Commonly yes : What you describe suggests athletic pubalgia. This is pain around the pubic bone where a number of muscles insert. Arthritis of the symphysis pubis itself can cause pain in this area. Mri can be helpful in diagnosing tendon and muscle injury in this area. Answer is recycled. ...Read more
Undescended testicle: Depends on the age of the child 0-6months do nothing, observe for spontanoub descent at 6 months if both are still undescended and palpable you may try HCG hormone shots , (the dose is based on the weight ). There is 25-30% chance of response. Alternatively bilateral orchidopexy (surgery) is reccomended, the testicles should be in the scrotal sac by one year of age. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Prostte cancr.Bone scan result. Intense increased activity throghot right ischium increase inferiority in left ischium at ischiopubic obscure blader?
Mass found in scrotum, painful.Mass gone from scrotum, floating in pubis area.Two dr's examined, no hernia, found nothing.Mass back in scrotum now, pain worse and constant.What could this be?Dangerous?
Tugging feeling at the left of belly button.pain in legs,lower back n heaviness in pelvis. Calcifications in kidney.10 days to periods.is it concernin?
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Slight discomfort in left lower quad. Of abdomen. Left varicocele. Have developed velvety darkening in creases. Tumor?
Not likely: From what you described you are unlikely to have a tumor. Varicocele is probably raising the temperature on the affected side that may be affecting the pigmentation. You may wish to consult your doctor if you should have the varicocele removed. ...Read more
Can trace of blood appears in urine because of inguinal hernia? Sometimes while sitting have a dull pain around left scrotum.
Not related: Trace of blood should be evaluated to rule out kidney, bladder or urethral problem. Dull pain in left scrotum can occur with varicocele (feels like bag "bag of worms" in left scrotum when standing erect). Your pain could be related to urethritis, which might also be responsible for blood trace. ...Read more
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