Idiopathic Scrotal Calcinosis: Cytodiagnosis of Rare Entity in Two Cases CASE REpoRT

Rachana Binayke, Shubhangi Vinayak Agale, Sulagna Giri, Varsha Wagh
2017 International Journal of Contemporary Medical Research   unpublished
Idiopathic calcinosis of the scrotum is a rare cutaneous disorder of benign nature characterized by the existence of multiple, hard, calcified and asymptomatic nodules within the scrotal skin that occur without any metabolic or systemic disorder. The pathogenesis of this entity is still controversial. It can extensively affect the scrotal skin, but primary closure is usually achievable with good esthetic outcomes. Case series: We present two cases of idiopathic scrotal calcinosis in a 33 year
more » ... d male and 20 year old male clinically suspected as sebaceous cysts and diagnosed on imprint cytology with confirmation on histopathology. Conclusion: This case series highlights the significant role of imprint cytology in the quick diagnosis of the rare entity of idiopathic scrotal calcinosis.