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What are Undescended Testicles?
Learn the signs and symptoms of undescended testicles in young boys and how the Department of Pediatric Urology at Children’s Hospital Colorado can help. To learn more about undescended testicle at Children's Hospital Colorado, visit https://www.childrenscolorado.org/conditions-and-advice/conditions-and-symptoms/conditions/undescended/
Undescended Testes: Ask The Expert featuring Dr. Earl Cheng, Lurie Children's
Undescended Testes (UDT) appears in about 1 percent of males and is also more commonly seen in premature infants than in those who are full term. It is also associated with hormonal disorders, spina bifida and other abnormalities present at birth. Dr. Earl Cheng, pediatric urologist, discusses the symptoms and the treatment for this condition.
Cryptorchidism - Undescended Testes
a very common condition, up to 3% of all full term male babies are born with an undescended testicle
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Undescended testicle operation: A parent's advice
Web ► bbc.co.uk/5live Facebook ► facebook.com/bbc5live Twitter ► twitter.com/bbc5live Instagram ► instagram.com/bbc5live 1 in 25 boys are born with an undescended testicle, which can lead to testicular cancer and fertility issues later in life if left untreated. A mum shares her advice for parents of children who need the operation. In most cases, no treatment is necessary, as the testicles will usually move naturally from the abdomen to the scrotum naturally during the first three to six months of life. However, around one in 100 boys stay ascended and an operation is advised.
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What is Retractile Testicle Surgery?
To learn more, visit https://www.childrenscolorado.org/conditions-and-advice/conditions-and-symptoms/conditions/inguinal-hernia-hydrocele/. Learn about Retractile Testicles and ascending testicles and what to expect from Retractile Testicle Surgery at Children’s Hospital Colorado.
Laparoscopic Orchiopexy in Undescended Testis
This is a 1.5 yr old boy with non palpable undescended testis undergoing laparoscopic assisted orchiopexy
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Inguinal Hernia associated with undescended testis in a 30 years male
Undescended testes is a condition in which testes fail to descend in to the scrotal sac. It is noticed in infants and corrected by surgery - Orchidopexy. In India, we see extreme negligence regarding the cure of the disease. If a disease is not giving pain, people avoid it till it becomes cumbersome. In the present case, hernial sac contains testis (RT) and patent processus vaginalis. In this age, we have to resect the testis and hernia repair is performed.
Views: 37752 Dr Praveen Choudhary
Ultrasound Video showing undescended testicle of the fetus.
This video shows undescended testicle of the fetus. An undescended testicle (or "testis") is when it fails to drop into the normal place in the scrotum.
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Laparoscopic Assisted Orcheopexy for Undescended testes Demonstration by Dr R K Mishra
This video demonstrate Laparoscopic Assisted Orcheopexy for Undescended testes by Dr R K Mishra at World Laparoscopy Hospital. Orchiopexy (or orchidopexy) is a surgery to move an undescended (cryptorchid) testicle into the scrotum and permanently fix it there. Orchiopexy typically also describes the surgery used to resolve testicular torsion. https://www.laparoscopyhospital.com/masters_in_minimal_access_surgery.html
Views: 2008 DR RK Mishra
Treatment of Small Testis Enlargement Hormone Therapy in Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism
Dr. B. K. Roy MBBS, MD, DM( Endocrinology),MES(USA), ESDCC(USA), Senior Consultant APOLLO HOSPITAL Noida & Diabetes Thyroid & Hormone Centre Delhi Ex. Asst. Professor at Hindustan Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre Greater Noida. Member Endocrine Society USA Clinic Certified by Endocrine Society of USA Delivers lectures or Chairs Sessions or Speaks as Panelist on Diabetes & Hormone Diseases in various Medical Forums. Took special training from AIIMS Delhi & PGI Chandigarh. Senior Member Endocrine Society of India. Senior Member Diabetes Association Of India of India. Active Member of Indian Medical Association. Attends various National & International Conferences. Regularly shown on various TV Channels as Hormone Specialist Contact Numbers: (Mob 9899180390,9971687203,011-22441114 @0120-4349448 SMS or Whatsapp for Appointment at 9911724317 & 9971687203). Please Contact us only if you wish to consult us at our centre or want to take online consultation after depositing Dr. BK Roy Fee Rs 1000 for first Visit and Rs 800 for subsequent Visits. Please do not call just for free these Telephone Calls are attended by Clinic staff they can only give you appointment and will not be able to give you answer of any medical query. As I am a Private Dr seeing patient at clinic timings It is not possible to answer so many phone calls for free. Thus I Attend only those calls for which online fee has been paid. I am very thankful to you for watching my videos. I Promise that i will keep posting useful videos for you. Sorry that I am unable to help you all free.) Email: [email protected], Website : www.diabetesthyoidhormone.com) https://www.facebook.com/DiabetesThyroidHormoneCentreDelhi/
Absence of vas and vessel in undesended testicle
Undesended testicle الخصية المعلقة فى الأطفال
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Pr Qarro Abdelmounaim  Laparoscopic management of megaureter using extracorporeal ureteroplasty
Laparoscopic management of left megaureter using extracorporeal ureteroplasty.
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Inguinal orchiectomy for undesended testis in adult (Orchidectomy)
21 yo M Right undesended atrophic testis Dr. Ahmet ŞAHAN
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Orchidopexy or orchiopexy is the term used for surgical correction for an Undescended Testes in a male child. The testis is brought down and fixed to the bottom of the scrotum to make it function normally and avoid any cancerous changes.
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Laparoscopic orchiectomy for intra-abdominal testis (Whole/ uneditid video) - Dr osman Ergün
whole uneditid laparoscopic orchiectomy video of 22 years old boy who have intra abdominal right testis
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Orchidectomy - Removal of Testis in an adult with undescended testis
Undescended testis is a congenital disorder in which testis is not descended in scrotal sac. In an adult if it is in abdomen, there are chances of malignant transformation. In such condition, it should be removed.
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Dr. Carlo Oller, emergency physician, talks about orchitis.
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Shaker needs surgery
Shakru is five-years-old and will soon start school. Shakru was diagnosed with bilateral cryptorchidism (otherwise known as undescended testis - where the testis remain in the abdomen rather than the scrotum) and he needs to have an orchidopexy to correct it. An orchidopexy is a straightforward operation with a good success rate and is typical of the high-impact, low-cost surgery we fund. Without surgery he is at greater risk of testicular cancer, testicular torsion and fertility problems later in life. The surgery is beyond the means of his family so the doctors have approached Humanity Direct to see if we can find a donor to cover the costs.
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Undescended testicle in a Golden Retriever
Cryptorchidism is the condition in which the testicle is not descended into the scrotum. This 2-year-old Golden Retriever has only one descended testicle. In this dog, I cannot palpate the left undescended testicle under the skin and so it must be inside the abdomen. The owner informed me that Dr Daniel had said that the retained testicle was the right. The owner must be informed that there needs to be an opening of the abdomen to fish out the retained testicle. This testicle will be near the bladder. The owner was not in favour of removing the normal descended testicle. Removal of the undescended one prevents complications if it becomes cancerous. As the active exercising dog is very thin, a blood test is done.
Views: 11838 Kong Yuen Sing
Hydrocele testis - Video Learning - WizScience.com
A "hydrocele testis" is an accumulation of clear fluid in the tunica vaginalis, the most internal of membranes containing a testicle. A primary hydrocele causes a painless enlargement in the scrotum on the affected side and is thought to be due to the defective absorption of fluid secreted between the two layers of the tunica vaginalis . A secondary hydrocele is secondary to either inflammation or a neoplasm in the testis. A hydrocele usually occurs on one side, but can also affect both sides. The accumulation can be a marker of physical trauma, infection, tumor or varicocele's surgery, but the cause is generally unknown. Hydrocele normally is seen in infant boys, as enlarged scrotum. In infant girls it appears as enlarged labia. However, hydrocele is more common in boys than girls. There is a greater chance of infertility if the hydrocele does not show itself until the child has reached adulthood. The younger the patient is when the hydrocele is found and treated, the lesser the chances of infertility. Some beg to differ on infertility due to hydrocele, but the majority agree upon the chances of infertility due to hydrocele is highly likely, unless the patient is an infant or child of pre-teen age. During embryogenesis, the testis descends through the inguinal canal, drawing a diverticulum of peritoneum into the scrotum as it descends. This peritoneal tissue is known as the processus vaginalis. Normally, the communication between the processus vaginalis and the peritoneum is obliterated, and the tunica vaginalis is the tissue that remains overlying the testis and the epididymis. Congenital hydrocele results when the processus vaginalis remains patent, allowing fluid from the peritoneum to accumulate in the scrotum. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrocele+testis, which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
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Torsion Testis: Surgical Emergency in children by Dr. Rasik Shah
Ten year old boy presented with torsion of right testis. He underwent scrotal exploration, which showed 360 degree twist with discolouration of testis. Detorsion of testis with fixation of testis was performed. As these patients are likely to have bell clapper deformity as the predisposing factor, which is bilateral condition, it is important to explore and fix the opposite testis to prevent recurrence.
Testes Scan
Testes Scan serves to image the testicles. The Ultrasound Suite presents the best technology in testicles scan in Ireland. Available in Dublin and Bray. Call Now or Book online on http://www.theultrasoundsuite.ie/medical/testes-scan.html
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Laparoscopic Pyelolithotomy in Horse shoe kidney
Retroperitinoscopic approach for pyelolithotomy in Horse shoe kidney. by: Dr. Arvind Ghanghoria, Associate Professor, Dept of Surgery, M.G.M Medical College & M.Y Hospital, Indore
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Lawrence pre op
Three-year-old Lawrence has bilateral cryptorchidism (otherwise known as undescended testis - where the testis remain in the abdomen rather than the scrotum) and he needs to have an orchidopexy to correct it. An orchidopexy is a straightforward operation with a good success rate and is typical of the high-impact, low-cost surgery we fund. Without surgery he is at greater risk of testicular cancer, testicular torsion and fertility problems later in life. His mother is on her own after the father abandoned them and she has no means to pay for medical treatment. We’re hoping we can cover the costs so that Lawrence gets the operation he needs and his mother doesn’t have to get into poverty or debt to survive.
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Laparoscopic Orchiopexy
Orchiopexy (or orchidopexy) is a surgery to move an undescended (cryptorchid) testicle into the scrotum and permanently fix it there. Orchiopexy typically also describes the surgery used to resolve testicular torsion. Undescended testicle An undescended testicle is unlikely to spontaneously resolve after 6 months and, thus, orchiopexy is usually performed before the age of one year . The undescended testicle may be located within the normal line of descent (for example, in the inguinal canal) or high in the scrotum or ectopically (i.e. the abdomen). The surgeon may use an endoscope through the umbilicus to locate the testicle, and through other small opening(s) performs the procedure. The higher the testicle, the less successful the procedure. However, the procedure has a high success rate overall. subscribe for more
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Lack of sun causes smaller testicles | Spies Rejser
As part of THE SOLAR CHARGING DUMMIES experiment Professor of Neuroscience, Morten Møller, explains the drawbacks of being a Siberian Hamster during wintertime. To find out more about the experiment: http://www.spies.dk/solenergi
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Granulosa cell tumour  in the Mare - GCT  -  Kordan Equine Polyclinic ( Dr Yaser Nazem Vet Team)
Granulosa cell tumour in the mare Size 35 X 30 X 18 cm. دکتر یاسر ناظم پلی کلینیک اسب کردان
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This year marks the 40th anniversary of cisplatin’s approval by the FDA as an anti-cancer drug. Cisplatin (and the close analog, carboplatin) is known to be the “penicillin of cancer drugs,” because it has been one of the first, most widely prescribed, and most effective treatment for many cancer diagnoses. Cisplatin was approved by the FDA in 1978, revolutionizing the treatment of certain cancers, especially testicular, bladder, lung and stomach cancers, and saving countless lives.
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Laparoscopic orchidopexy
laparoscopy orchidopexy by Dr. Ramesh Babu, Pediatric Urologist http://pediatricurologyonline.in/
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