What is Cryptorchidism?
Cryptorchidism refers to the condition where a testicle does not fall into the scrotum bag before the child’s birth. This condition is rare, mainly when it comes to children serving the entire term of pregnancy, predominantly in children born preterm. The main symptom of this condition is the lack of a testicle where it should be.
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Signs and symptoms cryptorchidism
- Testes are not palpable.
- A previously descended testis that ascends into.
- an extra scrotal position.
- Diagnostic evaluation.
- History collection.
- Physical examination.
- C T scan.
Surgical procedure is used to treat cryptorchidism
- Human chorionic gonadotropin hormone is given to induce descent.
- A doctor will likely suggest surgery to correct the placement of the testicle that hasn’t dropped into the scrotum. This procedure is called orchiopexy or orchidopexy.
- Orchiopexy surgery can be done if inguinal testes are not descended after 4-6 months.
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