Polyorchidism: A Rare Finding in Inguinal Swelling

@inproceedings{Parihar2013PolyorchidismAR,
  title={Polyorchidism: A Rare Finding in Inguinal Swelling},
  author={Dhiraj Parihar and Yogender Singh Kadian and Kamal Nain Rattan},
  booktitle={APSP journal of case reports},
  year={2013}
}
Polyorchidism is a rare congenital anomaly with most common occurrence of three testes (triorchidism). Polyorchidism is more common on left side. To date, in children less than 50 cases are reported.[1,2] The majority of patients are asymptomatic or present with painless inguinoscrotal masses, undescended testis, and rarely, torsion of the supernumerary testis. In children the appropriate management of polyorchidism remains unclear. With the advances in imaging techniques the former practice of… CONTINUE READING

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