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Male Genitourinary - Stanford M. Goldman, MD, FACR*
1. Urethral and penile trauma

2. Urethral foreign bodies

3. Urethral stones

4. Scrotal and testicular trauma

5. Acute non-traumatic scrotal conditions
     a. Testicular torsion
     b. Epididymitis
     c. Orchitis
     d. Acute fluid collections (Hydrocele, hematocele, pyocele)
     e. Epididymoorchitis
     f. Infarction
     g. Abcess
     h. Fornierís Gangre

AUTHOR: Stanford M. Goldman, MD, FACR*
Case Illustration Editor: TATIANA C. ROCHA, MD

*Fellow of the American Society of Emergency Radiology (FASER)

Suggested Readings:

Dunnick NR, Sandler CM, Amis ES Jr: Newhouse Textbook of Uroradiology 3rd Edition. Baltimore Williams and Wilkins 2000. Chapters on Urethra & Penis; Scrotum & Contents (to be published).

Mitty HA, Fritzche P, Dunnick NR, Sandler CM, Goldman SM: Genitourinary Tract disease Syllabus (4th ) series), Vol 30. American College of Radiology, Reston, Virginia, 1992. Pp 2-23.

Goldman SM, Sandler CM, Corriere JN Jr, McGuire EJ: Blunt Urethral Trauma: A New Unified Anatomical-Mechanical Classification. J Urol 157: 85-89, 1997.

Rumack CM, Wilson SR, Charboneau JW: Diagnostic Ultrasound 2nd Edition. Mosby-yearbood, St. Louis, Missouri, pp 812-821. 1998



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