Scrotal Pain Caused by a Segmental Testicular Infarct.
Clinical Practice and Cases in Emergency Medicine
CASE PRESENTATION: A 44-year-old Black male presented to the emergency department with left scrotal pain. His initial workup did not identify an etiology of his symptoms; however, he returned the following day with worsening pain and a radiology-performed ultrasound then revealed a segmental testicular infarct.
DISCUSSION: Segmental testicular infarcts are a rare, often idiopathic, source of scrotal pain. Diagnosis is made by ultrasound, and repeat imaging may be required if not apparent on initial evaluation. Management is typically conservative although some require surgical intervention.
Muradian M, Fox S, Barish P, Todd B. Scrotal pain caused by a segmental testicular infarct. Clin Pract Cases Emerg Med. 2022 Feb;6(1):85-87. doi: 10.5811/cpcem.2021.10.53840. PMID: 35226859.