A scrotal mass is a swelling of the scotum. Any mass or swelling of the scortum is concerning.
Small masses can be found during a routine testicular self exam or, in young boys and infants, during a physical exam by your child's doctor.
While most masses are benign (non cancerous), masses may require surgery to be removed. Testicular masses occur most often in boys under age five. Testicular cancer is rare cause of scrotal swelling in children and adolescents.
At Chesapeake Urology For Kids, Dr. Robert Mevorach and the team understands that any health issue with your child is stressful. We will work closely with you in developing a plan of care that best meets your child's individual needs and are here to answer any questions you may have.