penoscrotal transposition

pe·no·scro·tal trans·po·si·tion

a developmental error, seen with hypospadias, whereby hemiscrotal units are separated and lie lateral to the penile shaft or even cranial to it.

penoscrotal transposition

a developmental anomaly in which the two halves of the scrotum are found lateral to the shaft of the penis or sometimes higher, often accompanied by hypospadias.
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4) We present a case diagnosed during investigations for penoscrotal transposition and hypospadias and provide a review of similar cases in the literature.
A 4-month-old boy was referred to our pediatric urology clinic for evaluation and management of concomitant hypospadias, chordee, and penoscrotal transposition.
1), severe ventral chordee, and complete penoscrotal transposition (Fig.
5) There are few reported cases and they vary from penile chordee, hypospadias, and penoscrotal transposition.
A display of the complete penoscrotal transposition.