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Possible Rule Outs For Orchitis - Rule Outs

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List of current finding(s):

Trauma Causes
Testis, injury
Testicular hematoma
Spermatic cord injury
Testes Fracture
Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent)
Mumps orchitis
Brucellosis
Prostatoseminovesiculitis trichomonal
Leprous orchitis
Mumu/filariasis inflammation cord
Testis/gumma/syphilis
Testis/tuberculoma
Tuberculous orchitis
Infected organ, Abscesses
Epididymitis, acute
Epididymoorchitis
Seminal vesiculitis
Testis, abscess
Granulomatous, Inflammatory Disorders
Epididymis/granuloma
Neoplastic Disorders
Carcinoma, testis (seminoma)
Carcinoma, testis/non-seminoma type
Choriocarcinoma, testis
Embryonal carcinoma of testis
Epididymis mesothelioma.
Interstitial cell benign testis tumor
Leydig cell tumor, testis
Lymphoma, testes
Sertoli cell tumor, testis
Spermatic cord, malignant tumor
Teratoma of testis
Testicular cancer/tumor
Testis, interstitial cell tumor
Testis/Cord rhabdomyosarcoma/sarcoma
Testicular tumor/feminizing
Congenital, Developmental Disorders
Hydrocele of the cord
Hydrocele, tunica vaginalis
Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
Spermatocele
Epididymis, appendix, torsion
Torsion testis/Spermatic cord
Epididymis cyst
Seminal vesicle cyst
Seminal vesicle, calculus
Arteriosclerotic, Vascular, Venous Disorders
Testis infarct
Heirarchical Major Groups
Seminal vesicle disorder
Synonyms
didymytis, Inflammation of testis, Inflammation of testis (disorder), inflammation of the testes, Inflammation testes, inflammation testis, Non-specific orchitis, Orchitides, Orchitis (disorder), Orchitis unspecified, Orchitis unspecified (disorder), Orchititis, testes inflammation, Testicular inflammation, testis inflammation
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