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The Descent of the Testis

The Descent of the Testis Arch. Dis. Childh., 1964, 39, 605. BY C. G. SCORER From Hillingdon Hospital, Uxbridge (RECEIVED FOR PUBUCATION APRIL 13, 1964) made on that maturity and birth weight do not necessarily go This study is based on observations boys and child- hand in hand. A sliding scale of measurements at birth, during infancy, throughout early hood. Its purpose was to find out how often the would obviously be the ideal, but for the sake of testes were in the scrotum at birth and what happened simplicity it has not been adopted. in later years to those that were not. An analysis of the position of the testes was made of Results Analysis in over 3,500 infant boys at birth. Those in whom Table indicates the position of the testes in 3,612 one or both testes were not in the scrotum at the age infant boys who were examined within 4 days of of 1 month were followed up. To this number a birth. Each of the boys with the deformity had further 40 cases of failure of descent in early infancy either one or both testes affected. In 97 3 % of boys have been added in order to obtain, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Disease in Childhood British Medical Journal

The Descent of the Testis

Archives of Disease in Childhood , Volume 39 (208) – Dec 1, 1964

The Descent of the Testis

Archives of Disease in Childhood , Volume 39 (208) – Dec 1, 1964

Abstract

Arch. Dis. Childh., 1964, 39, 605. BY C. G. SCORER From Hillingdon Hospital, Uxbridge (RECEIVED FOR PUBUCATION APRIL 13, 1964) made on that maturity and birth weight do not necessarily go This study is based on observations boys and child- hand in hand. A sliding scale of measurements at birth, during infancy, throughout early hood. Its purpose was to find out how often the would obviously be the ideal, but for the sake of testes were in the scrotum at birth and what happened simplicity it has not been adopted. in later years to those that were not. An analysis of the position of the testes was made of Results Analysis in over 3,500 infant boys at birth. Those in whom Table indicates the position of the testes in 3,612 one or both testes were not in the scrotum at the age infant boys who were examined within 4 days of of 1 month were followed up. To this number a birth. Each of the boys with the deformity had further 40 cases of failure of descent in early infancy either one or both testes affected. In 97 3 % of boys have been added in order to obtain,

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
ISSN
0003-9888
eISSN
1468-2044
DOI
10.1136/adc.39.208.605
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Abstract

Arch. Dis. Childh., 1964, 39, 605. BY C. G. SCORER From Hillingdon Hospital, Uxbridge (RECEIVED FOR PUBUCATION APRIL 13, 1964) made on that maturity and birth weight do not necessarily go This study is based on observations boys and child- hand in hand. A sliding scale of measurements at birth, during infancy, throughout early hood. Its purpose was to find out how often the would obviously be the ideal, but for the sake of testes were in the scrotum at birth and what happened simplicity it has not been adopted. in later years to those that were not. An analysis of the position of the testes was made of Results Analysis in over 3,500 infant boys at birth. Those in whom Table indicates the position of the testes in 3,612 one or both testes were not in the scrotum at the age infant boys who were examined within 4 days of of 1 month were followed up. To this number a birth. Each of the boys with the deformity had further 40 cases of failure of descent in early infancy either one or both testes affected. In 97 3 % of boys have been added in order to obtain,

Journal

Archives of Disease in ChildhoodBritish Medical Journal

Published: Dec 1, 1964

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