" The disparity between the two testes can be confirmed by manual palpation by an Urologist, and ultrasonography with color doppler for finding any other problem like epididymo-orchitis, hydrocele, tumor, cancer etc. which can mimic enlarged testis on the left side.
Two conditions that are commonly found in men include a hydrocele and a spermatocele. A Hydrocele is a collection of fluid around the testicle. A Spermatocele is a collection of fluid around the epididymis. The epididymis is a small organ that lies directly behind the testicle.
Congenital hydroceles are common, and most resolve spontaneously within a year; testicular torsion is an uncommon but serious complication. A 6-week-old male infant with congenital bilateral hydroceles presented with a reddish, painful, and swollen left scrotum of 2 days' duration.