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203 Possible Causes for Gynecomastia, Testicular Pain

  • True Hermaphroditism

    A 19-year-old phenotypic male who presented with pronounced bilateral gynecomastia and was ultimately diagnosed with true hermaphroditism.[] Four months later he had testicular pain and swelling. US revealed bilateral multiseptate cystic masses. After repeat surgery, he is now free of symptoms.[] He was referred due to progressive gynecomastia and arrest of puberty.[]

  • Testicular Embryonal Carcinoma

    Report of the case of a 21-year-old man who presented with gynecomastia and was found to have a testicular embryonal carcinoma producing human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG)[] However, with the extended use of scrotal ultrasound (US) for other indications, such as infertility, scrotal or testicular pain or varicocele, incidental non-palpable testicular[] […] due to hCG production which is an LH analogue Leydig cell usually androgen producing gynecomastia in men precocious puberty in boys Physical exam solid mass of the testes[]

  • Testicular Torsion

    Disorders Achalasia Congenital diaphragmatic hernia Diaphragm (phrenic nerve) pacing Diaphragmatic eventration Empyema of the chest Esophageal atresia Esophageal stricture Gynecomastia[] The standard of care for a patient with testicular pain to rule out testicular torsion is a Doppler ultrasound scan and an emergent urology consult.[] Report case (s) relevant aspects: Man, 27 years old, complaining of acute testicular pain by 2 hours in the remaining left testicle.[]

  • Testicular Seminoma

    Gynecomastia and back and flank pain are symptoms that are seen in some patients.[] pain or mass.[] […] the testicle, or a feeling of heaviness in the scrotum Pain in the back or lower abdomen Enlarged testicle or a change in the way it feels Excess amount of breast tissue ( gynecomastia[]

  • Non-Seminoma Testicular Cancer

    People who develop testicular cancer may also have gynecomastia – excess breast tissue. Important note…. Gynecomastia in males is NOT always due to seminoma.[] Tabs Content Clinical Overview Diagnosis Indications for Testing Testicular mass Testicular pain Nonresolving epididymitis/orchitis Laboratory Testing AFP, beta-hCG , and[] In metastatic disease (10% of cases) Cough , shortness of breath, chest pain Lower back or bone pain Gynecomastia Paraneoplastic hyperthyroidism Until proven otherwise, a[]

  • Adrenogenital Syndrome

    , testicular atrophy, and decrease libido. virilism in adult females leads to hirsutism, decreased breast size, amennorrhea. feminization in adult male leads to gynecomastia[] The only indication of surgery in stage 5 is testicular pain.[] Involvement is bilateral and frequently multiple, commonly at testicular hilus. Most patients present with bilateral testicular pain or masses.[]

  • Testicular Injury

    Any sudden onset of severe testicular pain is a cause for concern and careful monitoring.[] What does testicular pain feel like? How severe is the pain? What causes testicular pain? What are other symptoms of pain in the testicles?[] The main cause of testicular pain is injury.[]

  • Malignant Neoplasm of the Testis

    […] due to hCG production which is an LH analogue Leydig cell usually androgen producing gynecomastia in men precocious puberty in boys Physical exam solid mass of the testes[] Testicular pain and/or abdominal pain. Dragging sensation.[] Teratoma, both mature and immature, often present clinically as a painful testicular mass [ 7 ].[]

  • Leydig Cell Tumor

    Others 20% need surgical treatment of gynecomastia.[] In the other patients diagnosis was made by ultrasound performed for testicular pain (4 patients, 16.6%) or the appearance of gynecomastia (3 patients, 12.5%).[] Trouble breathing Headache Low blood pressure Anemia Testicular pain, lump in the testes, feeling of heaviness in the scrotum Abdominal pain and swelling Back pain Swelling[]

  • Mumps Orchitis

    Gynecomastia developed in three men 1-30 yr after the occurrence of testicular atrophy due to mumps orchitis. At the time of study, these men were 63-68 yr of age.[] After 7 days of hospitalization, the patient recovered from fever and testicular pain.[] Of the 10 patients followed-up to date, four had testicular abnormalities; one had persistent testicular pain, one a change in testicular consistency, one a noticeably reduced[]

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