The most common cause of the acute scrotum.
Usually results from a lower urinary tract infection, and is less commonly hematogenous or traumatic in origin.
Peak incidence 40-50 years
Classic presentation is insidious pain which increases over a period of 1-2 days.
Fever, dysuria and urethtral discharge may also be present.
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