Surgical access in cryptorchism with a palpable testis: inguinal access.

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Summary of "Surgical access in cryptorchism with a palpable testis: inguinal access."

Cryptorchism is one of the most frequent diagnoses in early childhood with an incidence of up to 3 - 8 %. The goal of any treatment is scrotal positioning of the testis until the end of the first year of life to prevent degenerative changes of the testis. This often requires a surgical procedure. The surgical treatment for a palpable testis in the inguinal area is orchidopexy, combined with laparoscopy in case of a non-palpable testis. Orchidopexy can be done via inguinal or scrotal access with inguinal access being the gold standard.


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Name: Aktuelle Urologie
ISSN: 1438-8820


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