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Scrotal Lipoma-MRI

This is a 5month boy with scrotal swelling. There is evidence of large scortal mass which appears extra testicular and testes appears displaced and compressed by the mass measuring 5.5 x 5.6cm approximately and communicates with inguinal via spermatic cord. This lesion shows T1/T2 hyperintensity and shows signal suppression on STIR images consistent with scrotal lipoma. Lipoma is common extratesticular neoplasm and originates from the fat cells of the spermatic cord or subcutaneous fat in the scrotal wall.

Scrotal Lipoma-MRI Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Tuesday, June 04, 2013 Rating: 5

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