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Compendium June 2009 (Vol 31, No 6)

Laparoscopic and Laparoscopic-Assisted Cryptorchidectomy: Determining Which Testis is Cryptorchid

    This video shows the manipulation of the normal testis in a unilaterally cryptorchid dog. By pushing the normal testis in a cranial direction, it is possible to see whether it is located on the right or the left side (in this case, the normal testis is the right testis). The cryptorchid testis should be located on the contralateral side. Read related article