A twist in the diagnosis
After smacking his scrotum into a bathtub, a teen presented to his GP.
The 16-year-old, who had a history of retractile testes, had fallen in the bath the previous day after which he experienced severe right testicular pain and nausea.
The GP noted a tender right scrotum with elevation, while palpation revealed induration and tenderness of the superior portion of the right testicle.
But there was a twist in the case.
Despite a preserved intratesticular blood flow on colour Doppler ultrasound, which could have