Retractile testis--is it really a normal variant?

  title={Retractile testis--is it really a normal variant?},
  author={Piyush K. Agarwal and Mireya I Diaz and Jack S. Elder},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  volume={175 4},
PURPOSE Retractile testes are thought to represent a normal variant of descended testes in prepubertal boys. We studied retractile testes to determine their natural history. MATERIALS AND METHODS We retrospectively reviewed the charts of 122 boys (mean age 5.4 years) who were referred for a suspected undescended testis and were found to have a retractile testis. A retractile testis was defined as a suprascrotal testis that could be manipulated easily into the scrotum and remained there… CONTINUE READING
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