PMID: 6988029Feb 1, 1980Paper

Recurrent torsion of the testis following previous surgical fixation

The British Journal of Surgery
R E May, W E Thomas

Abstract

Two cases of recurrent torsion of the testis following previous surgical fixation are described. The significance of this rare occurrence is discussed and it is recommended that total excision of the parietal tunica vaginalis is used for surgical fixation.

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