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Figure 1: (a) Gray scale transverse and longitudinal sonograms demonstrating a well-defined intratesticular hypoechoic lesion with no internal vascularity (red arrows). Note the thickened scrotal wall (green arrow). (b) Gray scale and color sonograms of the scrotum demonstrating an enlarged hypoechoic epididymis (arrow) with markedly increased vascular flow (circle), consistent with epididymitis. (c) Gray scale transverse and longitudinal sonograms demonstrating an enlarged prostate with multiple hypoechoic lesions (arrows), consistent with granulomatous prostatitis in a proven case of genital tuberculosis from the orchidectomy specimen. (d) Gray scale longitudinal sonogram demonstrating an enlarged and hypoechoic left seminal vesicle (red arrow), consistent with seminal vesiculitis. Note the associated enlargement of the spermatic cord (blue arrow)

Figure 1: (a) Gray scale transverse and longitudinal sonograms demonstrating a well-defined intratesticular hypoechoic lesion with no internal vascularity (red arrows). Note the thickened scrotal wall (green arrow). (b) Gray scale and color sonograms of the scrotum demonstrating an enlarged hypoechoic epididymis (arrow) with markedly increased vascular flow (circle), consistent with epididymitis. (c) Gray scale transverse and longitudinal sonograms demonstrating an enlarged prostate with multiple hypoechoic lesions (arrows), consistent with granulomatous prostatitis in a proven case of genital tuberculosis from the orchidectomy specimen. (d) Gray scale longitudinal sonogram demonstrating an enlarged and hypoechoic left seminal vesicle (red arrow), consistent with seminal vesiculitis. Note the associated enlargement of the spermatic cord (blue arrow)