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calsification in testies
i have focal calcification at impirior pole of left testis which is measuring 2.4 mm
does it need any surgery or any other option to remove  
does it create impotency ?
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Hi,
How are you? What other symptoms are present? Intratesticular calcification may be due to phleboliths, spermatic granulomas or vascular calcification, or it may occur in association with tumours. On the other hand, extratesticular calcification is more frequently encountered. It is best that you have this checked by your doctor for proper evaluation. Factors such as your medical history, symptoms, and findings in the scan such as site, extent and distribution can aid diagnosis. Treatment will depend on the findings. Take care and do keep us posted.

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