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Journal June 2008 (Vol 30, No 6)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Cryptorchidism CE Article #2

1. Which statement about cryptorchidism is true?
2. In dogs, undescended testes are most likely to be found in the _______ region.
3. Dogs and cats are considered cryptorchid if the testes have not descended by ________ of age.
4. Sertoli cell tumors cause
5. The imaging modality of choice for diagnosing an undescended testis is
6. _________ is a common complication of surgical removal of an inguinal testis.
7. Which abdominal muscle fibers are bluntly divided in the paramedian approach for removal of an abdominal testis
8. Which is not a step in the paramedian abdominal approach to removal of a retained testis?
9. If an abdominal testis is not immediately obvious, which structure(s) should be found first?
10. In one study, the ___________ was inadvertently removed from three dogs instead of an abdominal testis.
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