A 69 year old male who presented with painful, swollen and inflamed scrotum is presented as a unique case report. He was initially treated as a case of infection and was subject to further investigation due to poor response to antibiotics. CT scan showed thickened scrotal wall and an incision biopsy revealed metastatic ‘carcinoma en cuirasse’ of the scrotal wall with the primary foci in the lung. There has been one other such case reported in literature, presenting as generalised swelling of scrotum with the whole of the scrotal wall being involved.
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