TO STUDY ROLE OF HIGH FREQUENCY ULTRASOUND WITH COLOR DOPPLER IN DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE SCROTAL PAIN AND ASSESSMENT OF PROGNOSIS AND TREATMENT WITH EARLY DIAGNOSIS

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  • Suresh S. Dhakate Dept. of Radio Diagnosis, Amaltas Institute of Medical Sciences, Dewas, M.P.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32553/ijmbs.v5i1.1628

Keywords:

ultrasound, doppler, scrotal pain, diagnosis.

Abstract

Background & Method: This prospective study of 60 cases of scrotal was conducted in the department of radio diagnosis, Government Medical College, Nagpur Maharashtra, India. Ultrasound of scrotum is performed with patient in recumbent position and the scrotum upheld by towel set between things. A lot of gel is utilized to limit tension on the scrotal skin. High recurrence straight exhibit transducer is utilized for performing study. Each hemiscrotum is examined in longitudinal and cross over planes. Investigation of spermatic line is significant in patients with varicose and suspected testicular twist.

Result: Normal flow is seen in (61.6%), Hypervascularity is seen in (35%) of the cases in the study. Normal Resistive Index was seen in 55%   of cases. Low RI was seen in 38.3% of cases, no flow was seen in 6.7% of cases. Most common pathology encountered in the study was hydrocele (55%)

Conclusion: Among the sores hydrocele (42%) was the most continuous determination. Ultrasound separated intra testicular from extra testicular injuries in 100% of the cases, from study it shows that high recurrence ultrasound joined with shading Doppler is the imaging methodology of decision in the assessment of scrotal pathologies. In this way it helps in maintaining a strategic distance from superfluous careful mediations. What's more of Color Doppler gives considerably more data in assessment and portrayal with more analytic precision.

Keywords: ultrasound, doppler, scrotal pain, diagnosis.

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Published

2021-01-30

How to Cite

Dhakate, S. S. . (2021). TO STUDY ROLE OF HIGH FREQUENCY ULTRASOUND WITH COLOR DOPPLER IN DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE SCROTAL PAIN AND ASSESSMENT OF PROGNOSIS AND TREATMENT WITH EARLY DIAGNOSIS. International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies, 5(1). https://doi.org/10.32553/ijmbs.v5i1.1628

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