Cryptorchidism Treatment In Lahore – Treatment For Absence Of Testicles
Cryptorchidism is the medical term that refers to the failure of one or both testes to descend into the scrotum. In many cases of cryptorchidism, testicle is retained in the abdomen or inguinal canal. In some cases, the testicle may be positioned in the subcutaneous tissues in the groin region, between the scrotum and inguinal canal. In cases of abdominal cryptorchidism, the testicle cannot be felt from the outside and need urgent cryptorchidism treatment. Abdominal radiography or ultrasound may be performed to determine the exact located at the retained testicle. Our international Chinese hospital is working with famous urologist in Lahore for cryptorchidism treatment.
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Causes Of Cryptorchidism – Cryptorchidism Treatment
The testes develop near the kidneys within the abdomen and normally fall away into the scrotum. In certain males, it may occur later, but rarely after six months of age. Cryptorchidism may be presumed to be present if the testicles are not palpated in the scrotum after two to four months of age. Approximately 75 percent of the cases of cryptorchidism involve only one retained testicle while the remaining twenty-five percent include failure of both testicles to descend into the scrotum. The right testicle is more than twice as likely to be retained as the left testicle. Cryptorchidism affects approximately 1.2% of all men. The condition appears to be congenital since it is commonly seen in families, although the exact mechanism is not fully understood. We highly suggest visiting our hospital for cryptorchidism treatment.
Clinical Signs Of Cryptorchidism – Cryptorchidism Treatment
This condition is rarely associated with clinical signs or pain, until or unless a complication develops. In its early stages, a single retained testicle is pointedly smaller than the other, normal testicle. If both testicles are retained, the male will be less fertile. One complication of cryptorchidism is spermatic cord torsion. If this occurs, there will signs consistent with sudden and severe abdominal pain. More frequently, a crypt orchid or retained testicle will become tumorous and cryptorchidism treatment is required. The clinical signs associated with testicular cancer depend upon the specific kind of cancer.
Removal or neutering of the retained testicle is suggested as soon as possible. The procedure normally involves making a second surgical incision over or near the retained testicle. If the retained testicle is intro abdominal, the second opening will be usually be made along the mid line of the abdomen. In effect, the male will undergo two surgical procedures for neutering instead of one.
Commonly Associated Conditions
- Abnormalities of vas deferens and epididymis
- Inguinal hernia/hydrocele
- Intersex abnormalities
- Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism
- Germinal cell aplasia
- Prune-belly syndrome
- Wilms tumor
- Kallman syndrome
- Prader-Willi syndrome
- Cystic fibrosis
Cryptorchidism Treatment In Lahore
Cryptorchidism treatment depends on the patient’s condition. Surgery is required if the condition becomes cancerous, but normally medicines are recommended for the treatment to handle the condition. Our international Chinese hospital is working with Dr Peng Yun Xiang for testicular treatment. We highly suggest visiting him for consultation and treatment. You can >>>LIVE CHAT>>> with us for more information and Appointment or call us at 0336-0158888