Scrotoschisis as a mechanism for extracorporeal testicular ectopia.

@article{Gongaware1991ScrotoschisisAA,
  title={Scrotoschisis as a mechanism for extracorporeal testicular ectopia.},
  author={R D Gongaware and A M Sussman and D M Kraebber and S Michigan},
  journal={Journal of pediatric surgery},
  year={1991},
  volume={26 12},
  pages={
          1430-1
        }
}
Only one case of a rare anomaly, a congenital defect in the integrity of the scrotal wall permitting egress of the testis to an ectopic extracorporeal location, has been previously reported. A second occurrence of this rare anomally is herein described with a proposed mechanism of occurrence. The condition is termed scrotoschisis. 

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