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Figure 10 (A-E): Sagittal (A) and transverse (B) images in a mentally challenged patient with history of scrotal swelling demonstrating large heterogeneous echogenic area in the right scrotal sac, from which the testicle is not separately visualized, suggestive of testicular hematoma (arrows). Image (C) on Doppler, note the low resistance flow in the testicular tissue. computed tomography-Topogram (D) and axial (E) images of the same patient with enlarged scrotum (arrow) and a large hyperdense structure in the right scrotal sac consistent with a testicular hematoma (curved arrow)

Figure 10 (A-E): Sagittal (A) and transverse (B) images in a mentally challenged patient with history of scrotal swelling demonstrating large heterogeneous echogenic area in the right scrotal sac, from which the testicle is not separately visualized, suggestive of testicular hematoma (arrows). Image (C) on Doppler, note the low resistance flow in the testicular tissue. computed tomography-Topogram (D) and axial (E) images of the same patient with enlarged scrotum (arrow) and a large hyperdense structure in the right scrotal sac consistent with a testicular hematoma (curved arrow)