Kumar T.,St Louis University St Louis
The West Virginia medical journal | Year: 2012
Hemagiomas are most common tumors in infancy; however, scrotal septum hemangiomas are very rare with only 45 cases reported in the literature. We report a case of a 6-month-old child who presented with a scrotal mass at birth which had increased in size with age. A scrotal ultrasound with color doppler analysis, revealed a soft tissue mass with diffusely increased blood flow. Scrotal mass excision was performed and the pathology confirmed a capillary hemangioma.