What does a painful lump on vein leading to the testicle indicate?
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Localised swelling at the root of scrotum which is likely arising from the vein suggest the possibility of Varicocele. Varicocele is dilatation and enlargement of veins draining the testis.
Other possibility is funiculitis which is the inflammation of spermatic cord of the testis especially if the cord is very much tender to touch.
Exact diagnosis will depend on clinical examination followed by assessment by ultrasound and color doppler scan.
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Dr T Shobha Deepak
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