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Question Differential Diagnosis of Acute Scrotum?

What are the causes of Acute Scrotum? Also called Acute Testicular Pain
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Default Causes of acute scrotum

Nice question

Am thinking of
Testicular torsion
Epididymitis
Inguinal hernia
Hydrocele
Varicocele
Trauma

Let's see if others have more to add to the list
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Default acute scrotum

indirect inguinal hernia is painless swelling unless complicated , also hydrocele
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indirect inguinal hernia is painless swelling unless complicated , also hydrocele
Oh yes, I meant the complicated scrotal hernia and hydrocele
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