Cryptorchidism

Case contributed by Huda B. Gharbia

Presentation

One palpable testis in the scrotum, absent testis on the left side.

Patient Data

Age: 13 years
Gender: Male
mri

Well-defined oval structure adjacent to the left external iliac vascularity, hyperintense in T2WI and hypointense in T1WI, shows restricted diffusion in DW/ADC sequences, enhanced post-contrast, likely the left testis.

The right testis is located on the right side of the scrotum.

Case Discussion

Cryptorchidism, undescended testis, located intraabdominal, adjacent to the left external iliac vascularity, smaller in size compared to the right.

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