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Figure 12 (A-E): Transverse (A) image with history of blunt scrotal trauma demonstrating left testicular rupture with extrusion of contents (arrows). Transverse (B) image, Doppler demonstrating preserved testicular vascularity. Large hematocele (curved arrow) is also noted. Transverse (C) image of same patient with left testicular rupture demonstrating discontinuity of Tunica albuginea (arrow). Transverse (D) and Sagittal (E) images of another patient with testicular rupture demonstrating discontinuity of Tunica albuginea (arrow) and extrusion of contents (curved arrow)

Figure 12 (A-E): Transverse (A) image with history of blunt scrotal trauma demonstrating left testicular rupture with extrusion of contents (arrows). Transverse (B) image, Doppler demonstrating preserved testicular vascularity. Large hematocele (curved arrow) is also noted. Transverse (C) image of same patient with left testicular rupture demonstrating discontinuity of Tunica albuginea (arrow). Transverse (D) and Sagittal (E) images of another patient with testicular rupture demonstrating discontinuity of Tunica albuginea (arrow) and extrusion of contents (curved arrow)