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Effects of the induction of experimental cryptorchidism and subsequent orchidopexy on testicular function in immature rats

Biology of Reproduction

Feb 1, 1984

B JegouD M de Kretser

Abstract

Cryptorchidism surgically induced in 14-day-old rats, was allowed to persist until 35 days when one group was killed to assess testicular function. In a second group the cryptorchid testis was returned to the scrotum surgically (orchidopexy) and subsequently killed at 130 days. A third ...read more

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Fertility
SHBG
Prune Belly Syndrome
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin
Testosterone Measurement
Cryptorchidism
August Rats
Structure of Interstitial Cell of Leydig
Testolin
Luteozyman
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Effects of the induction of experimental cryptorchidism and subsequent orchidopexy on testicular function in immature rats

Biology of Reproduction

Feb 1, 1984

B JegouD M de Kretser

PMID: 6141812

DOI: 10.1095/biolreprod30.1.179

Abstract

Cryptorchidism surgically induced in 14-day-old rats, was allowed to persist until 35 days when one group was killed to assess testicular function. In a second group the cryptorchid testis was returned to the scrotum surgically (orchidopexy) and subsequently killed at 130 days. A third ...read more

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Fertility
SHBG
Prune Belly Syndrome
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin
Testosterone Measurement
Cryptorchidism
August Rats
Structure of Interstitial Cell of Leydig
Testolin
Luteozyman

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The effect of cryptorchidism and subsequent orchidopexy on testicular function in adult rats

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B JegouD M de Kretser
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