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Figure 1: (a) Lobulated perineoscrotal swelling with superolateral displacement of both testicles pressure effects with edema and necrosis of the most distal part of the scrotal skin is also evident. (b and c) Magnetic resonance imaging showing large perineoscrotal lesion closely abutting urethra and pubic ramus, with altered signal intensity noted in the left obturator internus muscle suggestive of infiltration

Figure 1: (a) Lobulated perineoscrotal swelling with superolateral displacement of both testicles pressure effects with edema and necrosis of the most distal part of the scrotal skin is also evident. (b and c) Magnetic resonance imaging showing large perineoscrotal lesion closely abutting urethra and pubic ramus, with altered signal intensity noted in the left obturator internus muscle suggestive of infiltration