MRI scan: sagittal view of pelvis showing the mass in the scrotum and its superolateral extension
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed the mass in the scrotum
with irregular strands extending for several centimetres further
superolaterally into the right inguinal region, groin and the lower
anterior abdominal wall (Fig. 2 ).
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