PMID: 6831174Apr 1, 1983Paper

Torsion of testis after previous testicular surgery

The British Journal of Surgery
A Thurston, R Whitaker


Five cases of torsion of the testis are described in which scrotal surgery preceded the torsion. Suggestions as to the best surgical procedure are made.


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