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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.

Contact our team if you have concerns.

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