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Orchiectomy VS Orchiopexy
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Dipesh Agrawal - Jun 30th, 2016 8:20 pm.
Dipesh Agrawal
Dipesh Agrawal
My age 24 years have left undescended testis in inguinal region . We are confused between orchiodectomy and orchiopexy please suggest which will be effective and good we will visit WLH very soon . What will be the cost for this . Please inform in detail we are very tensed and nervous and also is this kind of surgery done there and what risk it involves i am attaching reports please go through attachment .
Thank you in advance !
re: Orchiectomy VS Orchiopexy by Dr J S Chowhan - Jun 30th, 2016 8:27 pm
Dr J S Chowhan
Dr J S Chowhan
Dear Dipesh

For undescended testicle discovered at birth, there is not much controversy about the management. These are treated by orchidopexy between 12-18 months of age.
But in adult there are controversies. Firstly, the risk of testicular cancer is significantly higher in an undescended testicle than in a descended one the risk of testicular cancer is 20-40 times higher in undescended testes compared to normally descended testes. Most cancers of the testis occur in the 15-40-year age group. The overall risk of testicular cancer even in men with descended testis is relatively small. This excess risk appears to remain following orchidopexy. Risk of torsion is increased. In malignant intra-abdominal testicles, the risk is higher. Placing the testicle in the scrotum, however, allows for easy periodic examination so that if a tumor does develop, it can be detected early. As far as sperm production is concerned, most undescended testes in adult men produce little or no mature sperm. In our opinion you should get it removed. At World Laparoscopy Hospital Laparoscopic Orcheodectomy will cost you 45000 rupees.
re: Orchiectomy VS Orchiopexy by Dinesh Pathak - May 13th, 2020 12:59 pm
Dinesh Pathak
Dinesh Pathak
What are the complications orchiopexy???
re: Orchiectomy VS Orchiopexy by Dr Rahul Pandey - May 13th, 2020 1:03 pm
Dr Rahul Pandey
Dr Rahul Pandey
Dear Dinesh
Normally you don't get a complication with orchiopexy but some complication are listed below.
Bleeding or blood clots in the scrotum.
Damage to the vas deferens and the blood supply to the testicle. ...
The testicle(s) moving out of the scrotum again (reascend) after surgery and requiring further treatment.
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