A Cup Half-full: Acute Groin Pain Following Blunt Trauma - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
Automated urine dipstick analysis: All within normal limits

Other Studies:
Ultrasound of the testicles with Doppler:
Right testis: Normal.
Left testis: Large hematoma surrounding left testis. Diffusely heterogenous echotexture and irregular medial contour, suggestive of parenchymal edema and contusion with likely disruption of the medial testicular capsule. No discernible blood flow, with only a small amount of blood flow at the periphery of the inferior pole of the testis.
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Consultations:
None

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