Testis and epididymis
Non-neoplastic testicular lesions
Reviewer: Sean Williamson, M.D. (see Reviewers page)
Revised: 21 April 2013, last major update December 2012
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- Due to meconium peritonitis in fetal life (Hum Pathol 1986;17:807)
- Meconium leaks from perforated viscus into peritoneum, through a patent processus vaginalis into scrotum
- Patients present with testicular mass during infancy
- Patients may have cystic fibrosis
- Yellow-green mass adherent to testis with multifocal dystrophic calcification
- Pigment laden macrophages, myxoid stroma, squames, lanugo hair, calcification and mesothelial hyperplasia
Lobules of fibroconnective tissue
End of Testis and epididymis > Non-neoplastic testicular lesions > Meconium periorchitis
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