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Article Dans Une Revue Archives de Pédiatrie Année : 2022

Scrotal Orchidopexy for Perineal Ectopic Testis.


Perineal ectopic testis (PET) is a rare form of testicular migration abnormality. We report a case of neonatal PET diagnosis and early management. In reported cases, diagnosis is often late, well after the age of 1 year, and surgery is conventionally performed by an inguinal and scrotal approach. Here, surgery consisted of scrotal orchidopexy, with placement in the dartos, at the age of 6 months. Follow-up was uncomplicated. This approach has not been reported for this form of ectopy, but seems perfectly suitable. There is no advantage to delaying the treatment of this type of ectopy.
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hal-03686652 , version 1 (02-06-2022)



A. Priam, N. Chabani, Céline Klein, Elodie Haraux. Scrotal Orchidopexy for Perineal Ectopic Testis.. Archives de Pédiatrie, 2022, pp.S0929-693X(22)00107-5. ⟨10.1016/j.arcped.2022.03.005⟩. ⟨hal-03686652⟩
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