Undescended testis

A common condition (Paediatric Urology)

Undescended testis is a common condition we see at Bay Urology, where the testis has not descended into the scrotum.

If this persists beyond 12 months of age it needs correction.

Often a suspected undescended testis is in fact retractile, where the testis can move between the scrotum and the groin. This is not of concern and does not usually need correction.

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