High maternal estriol level in pregnancy as a predictor of surgical intervention for undescended testis.
Nutman, Amir; Freud, Enrique; Itzhaky, Dganit; Dolfin, Tzipora; Tepper, Ronnie.
; 84(1): 249-52, 2005 Jul.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-16009196
Bilateral undescended testes classified according to preoperative and postoperative status of gonadotropins and inhibin B in relation to testicular histopathology at bilateral orchiopexy in infant boys.
[Orchidopexy increases the levels of serum anti-Müllerian hormone and inhibin B in cryptorchidism patients].
Serum inhibin B values in boys with unilateral vanished testis or unilateral cryptorchidism.
Anti-Müllerian hormone levels in serum 1 year after unilateral orchiopexy.
[The volume of the contralateral testis in unilateral non-palpable cryptorchidism a diagnostic criterion to optimize surgical strategy].
Evaluation and treatment of cryptorchidism: AUA guideline.
The changing elaboration of inhibin b in patients with unilateral testicular maldescent vs vanished testis.
Cryptorchidism: experience and reason.
Bilateral vanished testes diagnosed with a single blood sample showing very high gonadotropins (follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone) and very low inhibin B.
Cord blood insulin-like peptide 3 (INSL3) but not testosterone is reduced in idiopathic cryptorchidism.