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Synonyms for cryptorchism

failure of one or both testes to move into the scrotum as the male fetus develops

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PL, PSQ and PSF) Orchitis 1 0 0 Cryptorchid 2 0 0 Penile Deviation 2 0 0 Bulls culled due to reasons 89 47 105 other than subfertility problems Bulls under semen donation 37 20 24 trial or experiments Data in parentheses denote percent values of poor libido, poor semen quality and freezability out of total bulls reserved.
At least two other males had similarly skewed ratios; both of them were also cryptorchid.
Multinucleated spermatogonia in cryptorchid boys: a possible association with an increased risk of testicular malignancy later in life?
We obtained clinical personal histories of 50 men with cryptorchidism who underwent orchidectomy of their cryptorchid testes in La Paz Hospital, and we reviewed the histologic sections of these removed testes.
Of the 1,054 total subjects (241 cryptorchid, 214 hypospadias, 599 controls), 3% were missing data on trans-nonachlor.
We all live in a world run by cryptorchid, poikilothermic decerebrates, but if you read this column regularly you need never feel alone again.
Among the boys diagnosed as cryptorchid during the first year of life, the study records indicated that the testicles were descended at birth in 103, suggesting that these boys may have had acquired, rather than congenital, undescended testis (Barthold and Gonzalez 2003).
Birth examination data were used for classification of cryptorchid and healthy boys.
At birth, 128 boys had varying degrees of cryptorchidism, and at three months 33 remained cryptorchid.
The testis was considered cryptorchid if found in a high scrotal, suprascrotal, inguinal position or was nonpalpable.
DESIGN: Within a prospective birth cohort, we performed a case-control study; 62 milk samples from mothers of cryptorchid boys and 68 from mothers of healthy boys were selected.
The success rate of venipuncture was 74% (total n = 96; cryptorchid, n = 50; normal boys, n = 46).
Boys were diagnosed as cryptorchid if one or both testes were nonpalpable or if they could not be manipulated to a stable position at the bottom of the scrotum (de Muinck Keizer-Schrama 1987).
The distribution of tubulin within Sertoli cells isolated from 2,5-hexanedione-exposed rats appeared similar to the distribution within Sertoli cells isolated from cryptorchid rats.