Indication: Left testicular pain
No findings to explain acute testicular pain. No evidence for testicular torsion.
Bilateral tubular ectasia of the rete testis, which is an incidental finding requiring no followup imaging.
Bilateral testicular microlithiasis, which is a commonly incidental finding in adults. If the patient is at average risk for testicular cancer, then no further imaging followup is recommended. If he is at increased risk (e.g. personal history or first-degree relative with history of testicular cancer, history of cryptorchidism or testicular maldescent, or testicular atrophy), then urology referral is recommended for further assessment.