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Painful Scrotum after Injury Evaluation
- Abrasion to the scrotum
- Laceration to the scrotum
- Bruise to the scrotum
- Testicular swelling
- Testicular tenderness
Usually, tests are required to evaluate a testicular injury.
Tests that may be used to evaluate a testicular injury include:
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PubMed Painful Scrotum after Injury References
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- Pace A, Powell C. Testicular infarction and rupture after blunt trauma--use of diagnostic ultrasound. ScientificWorldJournal. 2004 Jun 14;4:437-41. 
- Wan J, Corvino TF, Greenfield SP, DiScala C. Kidney and testicle injuries in team and individual sports: data from the national pediatric trauma registry. J Urol. 2003 Oct;170(4 Pt 2):1528-3; discussion 1531-2.