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Testicular regression syndrome: Useful diagnostic approach

@inproceedings{Mathew2018TesticularRS,
  title={Testicular regression syndrome: Useful diagnostic approach},
  author={M. Mathew},
  year={2018}
}
Introduction:Testicular regression syndrome (TRS) also known as “vanishing testis” is an entity characterized by subsequent atrophy and disappearance in fetal life of a primarily normal testis. It has an incidence of 35% to 60% in patients with cryptorchidism. Diagnostic controversies exist regarding approach to absence of testis. Aim of the study is to provide an approach helpful for diagnosis of testicular regression syndrome. Materials & Methods:Cases with TRS were selected among all… Expand
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