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Arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are benign vascular lesions. Although, the majority of AVMs occur in the central nervous system, there are published reports of AVMs involving all systems including the scrotum, kidney, and uterus. Herein we report a case of 37 years old male presented with recurrent gradual scrotal swelling for 4 years attributed to scrotal AVM. Embolization was done but one year later his symptoms reoccurred. As a result, left partial scrotal wall excision was carried out without complications.

Keywords: arteriovenous malformation, AVM, scrotal swelling, scrotal malformation.

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Alashaikh, F. M., Alhamadh, M. S., Alsugair, S. I., Alkhayal, A., Abumelha, S., Al Zahrani, Y., & BinSwilim, A. (2023). Recurrent scrotal Arteriovenous Malformation as a Slowly Increasing Left Testicular Swelling: A case report. Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal, 23(3), 397–399.