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cryptorchid

 [krip-tor´kid]
1. having undescended testes.
2. a male with undescended testes; see also cryptorchidism.

cryp·tor·chid

(krip-tōr'kid),
Relating to or characterized by cryptorchism.
[crypto- + G. orchis, testis]

cryptorchid

, cryptorchis (kript-or'kid) (-or'kis) [? + orchis, testis]
An individual in whom either or both testicles have not descended into the scrotum. See: monorchid
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Barzegarnejad, "Bilateral cryptorchid malignancy with persistent Mullerian duct," The Journal of Urology, vol.
Unsuspected urological anomalies in aymptomatic cryptorchid boys.
Small- and medium-breed dogs should still be considered cryptorchid if two testes are not in the scrotum by six to eight months of age," Dr.
"She was a chromosomally XX female but with masculine gonads (cryptorchid testicles) due to the presence of other genes that determined the formation of testicles in the absence of the genes present on the Y chromosome," said Campos.
Seminoma arising in cryptorchid testes in Nigerian males.
"The trouble was, he turned out to be a monorchid and not a cryptorchid [one testicle only, not one testicle visible and the other hidden] but the vets didn't know that, so they opened him right up because they couldn't find anything.
One of the main risk factors is undescended testicles (cryptorchid testis) in which the testicle does not descend into the scrotum.
Leydig cell tumors and seminomas typically affect descended testes whereas the majority of Sertoli cell tumors occur in undescended (cryptorchid) testes.
(10) The second subtype is the classically described subtype, which is used throughout the literature and is composed of laminated calcifications that are reported to be associated with cryptorchid testes, germ cell tumors, and otherwise normal testicles.
This included the finding of bilaterally small (< 5 ml) or cryptorchid testes with FSH >3x normal or FNAC showing testicular failure.
Cryptorchid (kriph-tor-kihd) A mammal with one or both of the testicles remaining in the body cavity, and not descending into the scrotum.