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Friday, December 19, 2014

Overcome Male Infertility - The Scrotal sonography

Posted by Chantel Martiromo

Fertility is a natural process to insure the survival of human species. Through natural selection, we produce many offspring when the reproductive system works at it's peak in the suitable environment with plenty of food around. On the other hand, the reproductive system may completely shut down or work at it's minimum state and we produce less offspring, when the environment is hostile including less foods around, war, epidemic, but regardless of all these factors, most women are capable of conceiving during their menstrual cycle before menopause.

Scrotal sonography is used to evaluate the testicle disorder and surrounding organs including prostate gland, epididymis, absent or undescended testicles and any testicle abnormality.

I. Procedure
You need to come into the ultrasound laboratory for the test.

II. Diagnosis
The test is important if a patient has acute pain in the scrotum and usually used to take images for evaluating disorders of the testicle.
1. If the doctor or patient found a mass in the scrotum, the scrotal sonography will help to determine whether a mass is cystic or solid. Does the mass will interfere with reproductive process or it cause any problem with normal sperm production such as tubal blockage.

2. It also helps to diagnose the causes of testicular pain
a) Swelling or inflammation
It helps to determine the inflammatory condition of the testicles caused by infectious process such as a tumor that cause swelling.
b) Torsion .
Torsion is defined as a twisting of testicle causing blocking the flow of blood to or from testicle, abnormal attachment of the epididymis to the wall of the scrotum testicle.

3. Trauma to the scrotal area
it can review the causes of trauma such as a hematocele (a collection of blood that surrounds the testicle), bruise or rupture of the testicle.

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