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Ectopic penis is usually associated with penoscrotal transposition, and it is rarely observed in isolation. We report a surgical approach for an extremely rare case. A year-old male patient with bilateral cryptorchidism and ectopic penis and scrotum in perineal area, with no penoscrotal transposition, representing an association not yet described in literature.
A previous orchiopexy failed due to ectopic scrotum. By means of an inverted Y incision, the penis was mobilized and a perineal skin flap in form of a testicular sac was prepared. Finally orchiopexy was performed.
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Save Cancel. Create a file for external citation management software Create file Cancel. Full-text links Cite Favorites. Abstract in English , Portuguese. Figures Figure 1. Ectopic penis and scrotum located…. Figure 1. Ectopic penis and scrotum located in the perineal region. Figure 2. Inverted Y incision, complemented inferiorly…. Inverted Y incision, complemented inferiorly to separate the penis from the scrotum.
Positioning the right testis in…. Figure 4. Immediate postoperative period A and…. Immediate postoperative period A and follow-up visit 8 months later B show the…. See this image and copyright information in PMC. Similar articles Peno-scrotal transposition. Eur J Pediatr Surg. PMID: Chronic polyarthritis as the first manifestation of childhood systemic polyarteritis nodosa.
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Surgical Correction of Ectopic Penis and Scrotum Associated With Bilateral Orchidopexy
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The descent is multifactorial with gubernaculums playing major role. The failure of descent can be at trans-abdominal or inguino-scrotal phase. Locating undescended testes is important in view of low fertility and high rate of occurrence of neoplasm in them. Ultrasound is the standard imaging technique of choice in children with a non-palpable testis as it is non-invasive and does not use ionizing radiation. Position of testis is also important in deciding whether patient will need abdominal or inguinal exploration. The aim was to study the position of undescended testes by high frequency ultrasound and its embryonic explanation.