Is ipsilateral testis mandatory for the occurrence of contralateral intratesticular biochemical changes indicative of hypoxia after unilateral spermatic cord torsion?

@article{Akgr1995IsIT,
  title={Is ipsilateral testis mandatory for the occurrence of contralateral intratesticular biochemical changes indicative of hypoxia after unilateral spermatic cord torsion?},
  author={Feza Miraç Akg{\"u}r and Kam{\'e}r Kilinç and Tanju Aktuğ},
  journal={European urology},
  year={1995},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={143-6}
}
Experimental unilateral spermatic cord torsion has been shown to induce both ipsilateral and contralateral intratesticular biochemical changes indicative of hypoxia. An experimental study was conducted to see whether the presence of the ipsilateral testicular tissue is necessary for the occurrence of the biochemical changes in the contralateral testis. Male, adult, albino rats were divided into four groups each containing 10 rats. One group served to determine basal values of biochemical… CONTINUE READING