Male reproductive disorders-cryptorchidism, Biology

Cryptorchidism


Cryptorchidism or incomplete descent of testis or retention of testis in the abdominal cavity occurs in all domestic species but is seen most commonly in stallion, boars, dogs and less commonly in ram, bucks and is almost non existent in cattle and buffaloes.

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