PMID: 6152715Jun 1, 1984

Clinical results of early and late operative correction of undescended testes

British Journal of Urology
J ThorupK Mauritzen

Abstract

Operative treatment of undescended testes was performed in 556 boys (695 testes). The histopathological changes in the testicular tissue were more severe in older patients. However, post-operative clinical results were found to be significantly better in boys treated immediately before puberty than in boys treated at an earlier age.

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Aug 1, 1991·The Journal of Surgical Research·W J KortM Vermeij
May 1, 1991·Journal of Pediatric Surgery·G G Youngson, P F Jones
May 1, 1988·Journal of Pediatric Surgery·F Beltran-Brown, F Villegas-Alvarez
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Mar 27, 2007·Acta Paediatrica·J ThorupS Taskinen
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Aug 1, 1989·The Journal of Urology·J L PryorS S Howards

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