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Penis ultrasound results

Went to 3rd urologist after being diagnosed with peyronies from the first 2. They sent me for a ultrasound and this is what the results are
vascularity in the dorsal extracorporal soft tissues near the the penile tip. the differential diagnosis includes benign and malignant etiologies. a dedicated penile mri is recommended for further evaluation. no evidence of tunica albuginea plaque to suggest peyronie's disease. end of impression i have personally reviewed the images and the resident's/fellow's interpretation and agree with or edited the findings.
Now have to go to get mri. Here all these years I thought it was just plaque. Any input from the results
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