Published in Sex Weekly Plus, October 5th, 1998
Testicular infarction not associated with torsion is rare and segmental infarction is even more rare.
In most reported cases the diagnosis of testicular infarction was made several days after the onset of symptoms, and the testis was removed to rule out malignancy.
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