Scrotal Necrosis (Scrotal Infection)

1-year-old boy with redness and swelling of the scrotum. The redness and swelling of the scrotum is more pronounced on the right side. In addition, a dark-red zone is visible without skin folds in the lowest part of the scrotum and with a purulent coat following a zigzag course at the transition to the intact skin. The diagnosis is a severe scrotal infection leading to a necrosis of the lower half of the scrotum. The cause of this necrotizing cellulitis was an impact of a stone on the urethra combined with a urinary tract infection. Picture after bilateral inguinal drainage of the combined abscess.