Undescended testis: A roundtable discussion based on clinical scenarios – Part 1 Journal Articles uri icon

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  • Undescended testis (UDT, cryptorchidism) is the most common congenital anomaly of the genital tract. Despite its high incidence, the management of UDT varies between specialties (urology, pediatric surgery, pediatric urology, pediatric endocrinology). Therefore, as the European Association of Urology - Young Academic Urologists Pediatric Urology Working Group, we requested experts around the world to express their own personal approaches against various case scenarios of UDT in order to explore their individual reasoning. We intended to broaden the perspectives of our colleagues who deal with the treatment of this frequent genital malformation.


  • Baydilli, Numan
  • Dönmez, M İrfan
  • Wilcox, Duncan T
  • Hadziselimovic, Faruk
  • Hayashi, Yutaro
  • Oswald, Josef
  • Ziylan, Orhan
  • Thorup, Jorgen
  • Kapelari, Klaus
  • Soygür, Tarkan
  • Favorito, Luciano Alves
  • Braga, Luis
  • ’t Hoen, Lisette A
  • O'Kelly, Fardod
  • Sforza, Simone
  • Lammers, Rianne
  • Bindi, Edoardo
  • Paraboschi, Irene
  • Haid, Bernhard
  • Quiroz Madarriaga, Yesica
  • Banuelos Marco, Beatriz

publication date

  • February 2024