2021, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A
A rare case of viable healthy undescended testis in an adult male with WPW syndromeAuthor(s):
S Abirami, R Sachin Raj, D Krishnaraj, B Bharanidharan and J KabalimurthyAbstract:
Undescended testis is relatively common condition encountered in clinical practice in children but an adult male presenting with undescended testis is not so common. Early intervention usually includes a surgical approach with orchidopexy done in children and orchidectomy in adults. Herewith presenting a case of undescended testis in an adult male, which was found viable and orchidopexy was done as opposed to orchidectomy.Pages: 17-19 | Views: 476 | Downloads: 192Download Full Article: Click Here
How to cite this article:
S Abirami, R Sachin Raj, D Krishnaraj, B Bharanidharan, J Kabalimurthy. A rare case of viable healthy undescended testis in an adult male with WPW syndrome. Int J Case Rep Surg 2021;3(2):17-19.