J. Ayub Med. Coll. -Abbotabad-Pak. 2007;
Federal Govt. Services Hospital ; , Department of Surgery, Unit 2 ;
Humans, Male, Choristoma ,Orchiopexy ,Hernia, Inguinal ,Urogenital Abnormalities
We present a case of Transverse testicular ectopia of the right testis that presented out surgical out patient department with left inguinal hernia and an impalpable testis in the right sccrotum.
Patient was operated. Left herniotomy was performed and right testis was found in the left inguinal canal which was brought to the right scrotum and anchored through suprapubic subcutaneous tunnel