Testis and epididymis
Infectious testicular lesions
Mumps

Author: Sean Williamson, M.D. (see Authors page)

Revised: 6 April 2017, last major update December 2012

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PubMed Search: testicular Mumps

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Definition / general
  • Testicular infections rare in infected children (prepubertal) but occur in 15 - 40% of postpubertal men one week after parotiditis
  • Usually unilateral (bilateral in 15 - 30%); epididymitis is also common (85%) and often precedes orchitis
  • 1/3 of infected postpubertal men develop testicular atrophy, 2 - 10% become infertile
  • Incidence increasing, due to reduced use of vaccine (BJU Int 2010;105:1060)
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Mumps orchitis