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Overview

Mumps is a clinical diagnosis. Imaging studies do not play a role in the initial diagnosis of mumps. However, imaging studies, such as an ultrasound, may be helpful in patients with secondary complications.

Ultrasound

In case of acute orchitis, doppler ultrasound scan of the testicles may help to rule out other potential complications such as testicular torsion.

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