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Published in Urology

Journal Scan / Research · November 22, 2022

Contralateral Testicular Hypertrophy Is Associated With a Higher Incidence of Absent Testis in Children With Non-Palpable Testis

Journal of Pediatric Urology


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Journal of Pediatric Urology
Contralateral testicular hypertrophy is associated with a higher incidence of absent testis in children with non-palpable testis
J Pediatr Urol 2022 Nov 12;[EPub Ahead of Print], K Boehm, ND Fischer, M Qwaider, et al

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