Congenital extrusion of testis (scrotoschisis)

Nandlal Kella, Mohammad Asif, Mahesh Kumar, Farman Laghari, Muhammad Ali Qureshi
2014 Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons  
A one-day, full term newborn, born to a healthy mother presented with exposed right testicle out of right hemiscrotum since birth. Physical examination showed normal looking testicle and spermatic cord, which was stained with meconium. All baseline investigations and ultrasound of abdomen were within normal limits. There was no visible associated anomaly. Scrotum was explored and viable testis was repositioned. Postoperative recovery was uneventful. At three months follow-up, testicle was good in size and normal in position.
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