Polyorchidism classification

Case contributed by Dr Vasileios Rafailidis

Type A1: The supernumentary testis has a separate vas deferens and epididymis from the ipsilateral normal testis.

Type A2: The testis has a separate epididymis but is drained by a common vas deferens with the normal ipsilateral testis.

Type A3: Both the supernumenary and the normal ipsilateral testes share a common epididymis and a vas deferens.

Type B1: The testis coexist with a separate epidydimis but no vas deferens.

Type B2: The testis lacks both an epidydimis and a vas deferens.


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Case information

rID: 26483
Published: 23rd Dec 2013
Last edited: 11th Sep 2015
System: Urogenital
Inclusion in quiz mode: Excluded

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