YouTube Video: “Bedside Testicular Ultrasound” From MetroHealth Emergency Ultrasound

Today I review, embed, and excerpt from MetroHealth Emergency Ultrasound’s Bedside Testicular Ultrasound.

All that follows is from the above resource.

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Mar 6, 2024

In this lecture from our Ultrasound Grand Rounds, Dr. Sandy Werner, MD talks about bedside testicular ultrasound and the various findings in the scrotum that may present to the emergency department. Follow us on Online and on Social Media: Website: https://www.metrohealth.org/pocus Twitter:  / mh_emultrasound   Instagram:  / mh_emultrasound   This is the official account of the Case Western Reserve University & MetroHealth Medical Center Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Division. Videos are not medical advice or views/policy of these institutions.

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4:23 The testicle usually is about 4 cm in length and 2
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