Ibrahim Salih Elkheir*, Tagwa Faisal Mohamed Alsadig, Hozifa Mohamed Ali and
Sakher Alssayed Mohamed Ahmed


Crossed testicular ectopia also called transverse testicular ectopia (TTE) is very rare congenital anomaly in which one testis migrate to the opposite hemiscrotum. Unlike the undescended testis, which occurs in approximately 1% of male children, it has been noted that fewer than 100 cases have been reported in the world literature.[1] The typical presentation of crossed testicular ectopia is ipsilateral inguinal hernia and contralateral undescended testis.[2] usually the diagnosis of TTE is made intraoperatively and the treatment of crossed testicular ectopia it can laparoscopic or surgical either extra-peritoneal or trans-septal operations. Here we reported two cases of TTE case 1 is about 2 years old boy presented with right enlarged scrotum with palpable of 2 masses on it, the diagnosis was made depending on clinical and U/S findings and trans-septal orchiopexy was done. Case 2 is about 3 years old male presented with left inguinal hernia and left undesnded testis, diagnosis was confirmed by U/S .Surgery was done and accidentally two testis found in right side shared blood supply after that we did herniotomy and left side orchiopexy.

Keywords: testis, undescendedtestis, cryptorchidism, testicular ectopia , orchiopexy.

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