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  • [Triorchidism: which therapy?] [Case Reports]
    Pediatr Med Chir 2017; 39(2):141Piro E, Abati L, … D'Alessio A
  • Polyorchidism is an anomaly characterized by more than two gonads; triorchidism is the most common variant. Its management is controversial, mostly when surgical treatment is occasional. CB, 14 year-old, came to the hospital due to right-sided testicular torsion. During surgery, testis was rotated and the contralateral testis, which presented as an anatomically continuum with a gonadic structure …
  • Polyorchidism; unilateral, one atrophic undescended double testicles. [Case Reports]
    Urol Ann 2017 Apr-Jun; 9(2):208-210Balasar M, Sönmez MG, … Pişkin MM
  • Polyorchidism is a very rare genitourinary anomaly defined with the presence of more than two testicles. Polyorchidism is associated up to 40% with undescended testicles. The present report is about an incidentally detected triorchidism case with unilateral, one atrophic undescended double testicles. A 4-year-old child, diagnosed with undescended left testicle revealed during orchiopexy polyorchi…
  • A Unique Case of Pentaorchidism. [Case Reports]
    Urology 2017; 104:196-197Myers A, Morganstern B, Fine R
  • Polyorchidism is a rare congenital anomaly with less than 200 case reports in literature. Triorchidism, the condition of having 3 testicles, is the most common presentation. We present an unusual case of a patient who was diagnosed with 5 testicles by magnetic resonance imaging. To the best of our knowledge, this rare presentation has not previously been reported in the medical literature.
  • Triorchidism: Presenting as Undescended Testis in a Case of Indirect Inguinal Hernia. [Case Reports]
    Clin Pract 2016; 6(2):786Bhandarwar AH, Gandhi SS, … Jain NA
  • Triorchidism is the commonest variety of polyorchidism, an entity with more than two testis is an extremely rare congenital anomaly of the testis. Although excision of the abnormal testis is a safer alternative proposed, recent literature suggests more conservative approach in normal testes with watchful regular follow up to screen for malignancy. This case presented as a left inguinal swelling d…
  • Bilateral polyorchidism with ipsilateral two undescended testes: a rare congenital anomaly. [Case Reports]
    Andrologia 2017; 49(4)Uğuz S, Gürağaç A, … Aydur E
  • Polyorchidism is defined as the presence of more than two testes. This rare congenital anomaly has been reported with only 140 pathologically proven cases in the published literature to date. While triorchidism is the most common variation and generally affects the left side, bilateral polyorchidism is even rare and only seven cases of patients with four testes have been reported in the literatur…
  • Doppler ultrasound findings in a patient with primary infertility and triorchidism. [Case Reports]
    BMJ Case Rep 2016; 2016Aziz W, Rehman KU, Rafique MZ
  • Polyorchidism, presence of more than two testes in a scrotum, is a rare clinical entity. To date, about 200 cases have been reported in the literature. We report a case of triorchidism in a patient presenting with a 7-year history of primary infertility. Clinical examination revealed two completely separate testes with two separate epididymides and single vas suggesting a complete division of the…
  • A Case Report: Triorchidism; is a Rare Mistaken Cause for Extra Testicular Neoplasm. [Case Reports]
    Urol Case Rep 2015; 3(3):89-91Abduljabbar AH
  • Polyorchidism is a rare congenital anomaly of the male genitalia which refers to present an extra testicle; triorchidism is the commonest type. This report describes a case of 25-year-old male presented with testicular swelling and palpable scrotal mass, diagnosed as supernumerary testicle and tubular ectasia of the rete testis. The most common clinical presentation of triorchidism is painless sw…
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