Denis Browne pouch

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Den·is Browne pouch

(den'is brown),
a pocket formed between Scarpa and external oblique fascia adjacent to external inguinal ring; a common lodging site for undescended testes (as in cryptorchism).

Den·is Browne pouch

(den'is brown powch)
A pocket formed between scarpa and external oblique fascia adjacent to external inguinal ring; a common lodging site for an undescended testis (as in cryptorchism).

Browne,

Sir Denis John, English surgeon, 1892-1967.
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Denis Browne forceps
Denis Browne pouch - a common lodging site for undescended testes. Synonym(s): superficial inguinal pouch
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References in periodicals archive ?
Is a testis located at the superficial inguinal pouch (Denis Browne pouch) comparable to a true cryptorchid testis?
Right testis was palpable at superficial inguinal pouch which was mobile (figl), had a normal consistency and normal testicular sensation.
Testis and cord was pulled up in superficial inguinal pouch along with scrotal layers.
Testicular ectopia is uncommon and the most frequent ectopic location of testis are superficial inguinal pouch, infront and lateral to the external inguinal ring and very rarely in the abdomen (3).

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