Cryptorchidism in Pediatrics

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Where do the testes develop from?

Mesodermal genital fold

What guides the descent of the testes towards the scrotum during intrauterine life?

Gubernaculum

Where are the testes located just before birth?

Scrotum

Which structure is below the kidney and behind the peritoneum?

Testes

What is responsible for the descent of the testes towards the scrotum?

Gubernaculum

What action can bring the scrotum to the bottom?

Squatting in a warm room

In what condition can the scrotum always be brought to the bottom?

By squatting in a warm room

How can one bring the scrotum to the bottom according to the text?

Squatting in a warm room

What is the recommended way to bring the scrotum down as per the text?

Squatting in a warm room

How can one always bring the scrotum to the bottom according to the text?

Squatting in a warm room

Where is the most common site for an ectopic testis?

Superficial inguinal pouch

What characterizes an inguinal but atrophic testis?

Absence of growth due to lack of proper blood supply

Where can an absent or vanishing testis be located?

Perineum

What is the main treatment approach for a vanishing testis?

Watchful waiting

Where is an intra-abdominal testis typically located?

Canalicular

Where is the testis found when it is described as intra-abdominal?

Within the abdomen

What condition describes a testis that is arrested in its path to the scrotum?

Cryptorchidism

What term is used to describe a testis that remains within the retroperitoneum?

Ectopic testis

In which part of the body is the testis typically located when it is said to be 'arrested'?

Abdomen

What term is used to describe a testis that has not completed its descent into the scrotum?

Undescended testis

What type of ectopia is described in the text?

Prescrotal-Pubic

Which area is NOT mentioned in the text in relation to ectopia?

Scrotal

How many different locations are involved in the ectopia described?

Three

What is the medical code provided in the text?

noi2292.9ms

Which term is NOT associated with the ectopia described?

Perineal ©®[] 3rd

Learn about the condition where the testis is arrested in some part of its path from the retroperitoneum to scrotum and its implications in pediatrics. Test your knowledge on this important pediatric topic!

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