PMID: 37352Jul 1, 1979

Unilateral abdominal cryptorchidism

The Journal of Urology


The unilateral non-palpable undescended testis is considered separately from other forms of cryptorchidism. It is less likely to be fertile, it is more prone to malignancy and it is more difficult to place. Removal rather than orchiopexy often is in the best interests of the child.


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