Acquired cryptorchidism in an ectopic location

@inproceedings{Bhullar2013AcquiredCI,
  title={Acquired cryptorchidism in an ectopic location},
  author={Jasneet Singh Bhullar and Edmund Cheung},
  year={2013}
}
Introduction: Orchiopexy rates are reported to be as high as 2–3% in males up to the age of 17 years, despite a reported childhood prevalence of cryptorchidism of only about 1%. In light of this, several authors have postulated the existence of acquired cryptorchidism as a separate disease entity from congenital cryptorchidism. Case Report: A case of… CONTINUE READING