undescended

undescended

(ˌʌndɪˈsɛndɪd)
adj
(Physiology) (of the testes) remaining in the abdominal cavity rather than descending to lie in the scrotum
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Adj.1.undescended - (of the testis) remaining in the abdomen instead of descending into the scrotum
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The list of cases of major and minor surgery for Pediatric and Adult are: inguinal hernia/hydrocele, umbilical hernia, undescended testis, imperforate anus, Hirschsprungs disease, tumors, abscess formation, fistula in ano, thyroid surgery, breast masses and cancer, gallstones, hemorrhoids, cleft lip and palate, parotid and ENT, and minor cysts and lipoma.
I had diagnosed him with one undescended testis and had him undergo an operation.
Q My new baby grandson has been diagnosed with an undescended testis and my daughter is worried.
Testicular Torsion in an Infant with Undescended Testis.
Other cases performed included undescended testis and varicocele ligation.
Undescended testis occurs in 1-4% of full-term and in 1-45% of premature infants.
The boy was being treated for an undescended testicle at the hospital, but doctors mistakenly put a camera into "the wrong side," rendering him infertile during surgery, (https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-bristol-46634002) BBC News reported. 
The boy was admitted to UK's Bristol Royal Hospital for Children earlier in the week to treat an undescended testicle.
The condition is characterized by a penis of normal length in association with unilateral or bilateral undescended testes and persistence of mullerian structures in individuals with 46,XY karyotype.
The association of Spigelian hernia with undescended testes created the hypothesis of a distinct clinical syndrome with a common pathogenetic origin of both pathologies (1,2,5); embryonic testis descent in between the layers of the anterior wall results in testicular ectopia and a secondary Spigelian hernia (5).
* Younger than 32 years with a unilateral undescended testis and normal contralateral testisOrchiectomy.