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Suggest Treatment For Undescended Testis

my nephew is 2yr old now , he had microphalus and undescended testis since birth, sonography revealed both testes in the inguinal canal ,one is smaller than the other ,his wt and ht is appropriate for his age, his general condition is good , no other relevant problem, passing urine as usual, what is the ideal treatment for his condition , with regard, Maha.
Thu, 5 Nov 2015
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Brief answer:
Needs immediate surgery.

Detailed answer:
Hi, welcome to HCM.
In your child, there is microphallus and both testis are undescended and are in inguinal region, this will need immediate surgery as undescended testis may lead to complications in future. It can lead to carcinoma.
I suggest you to immediately go for surgery for undescended testis.
I hope this will help you.
Wishing your child good health.
Take care.
Regards:
Dr Deepak Patel, MD Pediatrics
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Suggest Treatment For Undescended Testis

Brief answer: Needs immediate surgery. Detailed answer: Hi, welcome to HCM. In your child, there is microphallus and both testis are undescended and are in inguinal region, this will need immediate surgery as undescended testis may lead to complications in future. It can lead to carcinoma. I suggest you to immediately go for surgery for undescended testis. I hope this will help you. Wishing your child good health. Take care. Regards: Dr Deepak Patel, MD Pediatrics