The private testicular ultrasound will examine the testes and scrotum. The scrotum or testicular sack contains the testes and the epididymi. It is very common for pain or lumps to developed within the scrotal sac. In most cases these lumps are benign and ultrasound is ....
Private Testicular Ultrasound
Private Testicular Scan Summary:Private scan of the testes, Scrotum, Epididymi
No GP referral is required.
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Fully Qualified NHS Consultant Sonographers.
No prep is Required.
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The private testicular ultrasound is a screening scan to examine the male reproductive organs such as the testes, epididymis, spermatic cord and the scrotum. Testicular lumps are very common and the test will identify what the lump is for example if the lump is benign such a cyst or something more serious such as testicular cancer.
The scrotum or testicular sack contains the testes and the epididymis. It is very common for pain or lumps to developed within the scrotal sac. In most cases these lumps are benign and the scrotal ultrasound is being used to confirm what the lump is. Other possible abnormalities within the scrotal sac are an absent or undescended testicle, inflammation, testicular torsion (twisted testis), fluid collection, enlarged blood vessels (varicoceles) or a mass (lump or a tumour), infertility.
Why would I need a testicular ultrasound?
The testicular ultrasound scan may be performed in the investigation of a number of problems including:
- Investigate discovered lumps such as cysts and testicular malignancy
- investigate the reasons for testicular pain such as epididymitis, torsion
- as a follow-up scan to monitor known conditions such as cysts or hydroceles
- to assess for any abnormality that might be affecting your fertility
- To identify reasons for scrotal swelling
- Any reason for male infertility
What preparation is required for the scrotal scan?
There is no need for any preparation for this private ultrasound examination.
What can this scan detect?
The testicular screening will examine and evaluate your reproductive organs for any abnormality such as:
How is a testicular ultrasound done?
Our sonographer will explain the procedure before the examination commences. You will be asked to lower your trousers and underwear to your knees and lie on the couch on your back. A small amount of gel will be applied to the scrotal sac and the transducer will be moved around the scrotum to obtain the images.
What happens after the scan?
At the end of the examination, we will discuss the findings with you and we will provide you with a report for your medical records.
Do you offer screening blood tests?
You can now combine your scan with one of our screening tests to get the full picture of your health. All our tests are done at the internationally renowned The Doctor’s Laboratory. The Doctor’s laboratory works with NHS trusts and major UK private hospitals.
You can find more information about our add-on screening blood test here.
Please add the screening test when you book your ultrasound scan from our add-on packages.
Can testicular cancer be detected with ultrasound?
The short answer is Yes, testicular cancer can be detected on ultrasound. Testicular ultrasound is the primary diagnostic investigation for any abnormalities within the scrotum and especially when testicular cancer is suspected.
What is testicular cancer?
Testicular cancer is a growth of a mass within the testicles.
How much does the testicular ultrasound cost?
We believe that quick access to diagnostic tests can improve diagnosis and treatment. The cost of any private examination should not be prohibited to someones well being and therefore we are trying to keep the cost of the testicular scan as low as possible.