SCROTUM

By Gary M. White, MD

Cysts

Idiopathic Scrotal Calcinosis
Idiopathic Scrotal Calcinosis

Enlarged

Scrotal elephantiasis from secondary lymphedema of various causes. For a picture from hidradenitis suppurativa, see JAAD May 2011 Volume 64, Issue 5, Pages 993–994

Hyperpigmented

At birth. see linea nigra as well. For a picture, see Dermatol Argent 2010;16 Supl 2:44-46)

Hypertrichosis (Infant)

Scrotal Hair

Lichenified

Lichen Simplex Chronicus
Lichen Simplex Chronicus

Tags

Skin Tag. Mulberry in morphology.
Skin Tag on the Scrotum

Papules and Nodules

Scabetic Nodules
Scabetic Nodules

Condyloma

Molluscum

Red

Red scrotum. There are various causes of a red scrotum, including normal variant, which is most commonly seen in lighter-skinned patients (e.g., Fitzpatrick type I).
Red scrotum

The scrotal skin is very sensitive and can be prone to irritant contact dermatitis--here from 5-FU (fluorouracil).
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Vascular

Angiokeratoma Of Fordyce
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