Synonyms for cryptorchidism or Related words with cryptorchidism

varicocele              anorchia              undescended              hypospadias              maldescended              polyhydramnios              micropenis              anophthalmia              fxpoi              acrocallosal              maldevelopment              gynecomastia              hypoplasia              macroorchidism              hypergonadotropic              hepatosplenomegaly              oligospermia              epispadias              azoospermia              hydrocele              congential              phimosis              klinefelter              dysgenesis              nevoid              mesoblastic              agenesis              amaurotic              feminization              exophthalmos              hygroma              hydronephrosis              anencephaly              asthenospermia              pilomatricoma              omphalocele              proptosis              spermatocele              myelomeningocele              subfertility              oligomenorrhea              asthenozoospermia              ectopia              underdevelopment              microencephaly              hydrocephaly              parathyroidism              oligohydramnios              nephroma              hydrosalpinx             

Examples of "cryptorchidism"
In boys, this reflex may be exaggerated which can occasionally lead to a misdiagnosis of cryptorchidism.
5-ARD is associated with an increased risk of cryptorchidism and testicular cancer.
Prune-belly triad consists of: Cryptorchidism, abdominal wall defects and genitourinary defects:
In horses, cryptorchidism is sufficiently common that affected males (ridglings) are routinely gelded.
Hypospadias and cryptorchidism are conditions which may be induced in males with short AGD.
Cryptorchidism, Hypospadias, Testicular cancer and poor Semen quality make up the syndrome known as Testicular dysgenesis syndrome.
Dr.Raveenthiran of SRM Hospital,Kattankulathur described a new syndrome in which spigelian hernia and cryptorchidism (undescended testis) occur together.
Testicular cancer, cryptorchidism, hypospadias and poor semen quality make up the syndrome known as testicular dysgenesis syndrome.
Cryptorchidism, Hypospadias, Testicular cancer and poor Semen quality make up the syndrome known as Testicular dysgenesis syndrome.
A major risk factor for the development of testis cancer is cryptorchidism (undescended testicles). It is generally believed that the presence of a tumor contributes to cryptorchidism; when cryptorchidism occurs in conjunction with a tumor then the tumor tends to be large. Other risk factors include inguinal hernias, Klinefelter syndrome, and mumps orchitis. Physical activity is associated with decreased risk and sedentary lifestyle is associated with increased risk. Early onset of male characteristics is associated with increased risk. These may reflect endogenous or environmental hormones.
Genitourinary abnormalities are not common in 18p-. There have been a few cases of small penis and cryptorchidism in males and uterine abnormalities in females.
Cryptorchidism is the absence of one or both testes from the scrotum. It is the most common birth defect of the male genitals. About 3% of full-term and 30% of premature infant boys are born with at least one undescended testis. However, about 80% of cryptorchid testes descend by the first year of life (the majority within three months), making the true incidence of cryptorchidism around 1% overall. Cryptorchidism may develop after infancy, sometimes as late as young adulthood, but that is exceptional.
Clubfoot has been reported in some individuals. Although it is not a common finding, cryptorchidism has been reported in some boys.
Cryptorchidism in AMH deficiency suggests that AMH may play a role in transabdominal testicular descent, perhaps by facilitating contraction of the gubernaculum.
Rarely, cryptorchidism is due to the presence of a congenital testicular tumor such as a teratoma, which has a tendency to grow large.
Health issues include normal hereditary problems such as epilepsy, hip dysplasia, and atopy. Also common is cryptorchidism, which occurs in about 10% of all male dogs.
Congenital anomalies like cryptorchidism, renal agenesis/dysplasia, musculoskeletal and cardiopulmonary anomalies are also common (>50% cases), hence evaluation of the patient for internal anomalies is mandatory.
Young–Simpson syndrome (YSS) is a rare congenital disorder with symptoms including hypothyroidism, heart defects, facial dysmorphism, cryptorchidism in males, hypotonia, mental retardation and postnatal growth retardation.
Cryptorchidism is distinct from monorchism, the condition of having only one testicle. The condition may occur on one or both sides; it more commonly affects the right testis.
Testicular dysgenesis syndrome is a male reproduction-related condition characterized by the presence of symptoms and disorders such as hypospadias, cryptorchidism, poor semen quality, and testicular cancer.