A palpable, painless mass in the anterior scrotal wall that he had had for a long time back.
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Ultrasound confirmed that there are two extra-scrotal testes with relatively small size than the primary intrascrotal ones, with homogeneous parenchyma. Average vascularity with no abnormality detected.
No hydrocele nor varicocele.
No hernial sacs.
Polyorchidism is a very rare congenital disorder, which is defined by the presence of more than two testicles. Usually asymptomatic and discovered incidentally on routine scrotal ultrasound. But there is an increased risk of malignancy and trauma.