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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.
Undescended testicle (cryptorchidism) : Causes, Diagnosis, Symptoms, Treatment
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Undescended Testes - Footsteps To Fertility (@F2Fertility)
Every man has two testes that are positioned in the scrotal sac right before birth. In today’s video, we talk about a condition called Undescended testes that may occur in some men.
Undescended and Retractile TESTIS " Dr Sandeep Kumar"
Q. Short note on Undescended Testis. Q. Difference b/w undescended and retractile testis. Genitourinary System Dr Sandeep Kumar "Surgeon" Sandeep Kumar Trending Medicos trendingmedicos
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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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Dr Farhan Ansari Undescended Testis
Dr Farhan Ansari Undescended Testis
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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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