Different Surgical Procedures Types of Group R Group RF Group RN Surgery n (%) n (%) n (%) Herniotomy 8 (40%) 7 (35%) 9 (45%) Orchidopexy
6 (30%) 5 (25%) 3 (15%) Circumcision 6 (30%) 8 (40%) 8 (40%) Table 4.
A new technique of circumcision incision orchidopexy
for palpable low inguinal cryptorchidism: A preliminary series.
For high impalpable testis Fowler Stephen single stage orchidopexy
is the focus of this study where we have presented the results and outcome of this procedure.
Emergency surgeries such as incarcerated hernia with undescended testis, re-do surgeries and the second stage of orchidopexy
Our practice performs a testis biopsy on all post-pubertal UDTs at the time of orchidopexy
Conclusion: Dexamethasone when given intravenously just after caudal block is administered effectively prolongs the duration of caudal block in paediatric patients undergoing orchidopexy
In group A orchidopexy
was performed through single scrotal incision and in group B by standard two incision inguinal approach.
14] The use of laparoscopic varicocelectomy is still controversial; radical cystectomy, laparoscopic stone removal and orchidopexy
were also identified as ineffective uses of laparoscopy.
is recommended, if there is no evidence of malignancy.
and reconstruction of the abdominal wall may be delayed until at least 6 months of age.
Diagnostic laparoscopy is considered the standard approach for management of non-palpable testes, and can be combined with one or two-stage orchidopexy
, with up to 80-90% success rates.
1) The age of orchidopexy
has diminished in present time.