Bell clapper deformity

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A bell clapper deformity is a predisposing factor in testicular torsion in which the tunica vaginalis joins high on the spermatic cord, leaving the testis free to rotate. Bell clapper deformity predisposes to intravaginal torsion of the testis.

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rID: 15617
System: Urogenital
Tags: stub, refs, cases
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Bell clapper's deformity
  • Bell clapper deformities

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