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Perineal testicle

A case report

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Summary

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    A case of perineal testicle which was not operated upon is presented. This brings the total reported in the literature to 114 cases.

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    A review of the literature was made.

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    Various theories of the aetiology of this anomaly were discussed.

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References

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    Cecil, A. B. (1947). J. Urol., 58, 384–389.

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    Coplan, M. M., Words, F. M., Mervin, P. D. (1957). South Med. J. 50, 1338–1346.

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    Dajani, A. M. (1969). Brit. J. Uriol. 61, 80–82.

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    Muhsen, J. (1958). J. Iraqui Med. Prof. 6, 48–50.

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Correspondence to A. M. Dajani M.B., F.R.C.S. (Glasg.).

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Dajani, A.M. Perineal testicle. I. J. Med. Sc. 2, 317 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02955407

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