On June 6, on the information page of Children’s Hospital 1 (HCMC), doctor Ho Trung Cuong, Department of General Surgery, said that on the night of May 31, 2022, the doctors received a baby. A 3-year-old boy was admitted to the hospital because of a painful inguinal bulge.
According to her mother, her child had a stomach ache 2 days ago, but not much. On the evening of May 31, seeing that the child complained of a lot of pain, the mother pulled down the baby’s pants to see that there was a bulge in the groin area, so she took it to the doctor.
“We examined and found a bulge in the groin area, and at the same time, there was an absence of one testicle on one side of the scrotum, so we thought it might be undescended testicle torsion. The ultrasound results were correct as the diagnosis of “no testicular perfusion”. was quickly admitted to the hospital for emergency surgery.Un In fact, the family knew that the baby had undescended testicles before, but were afraid not to operate because they were afraid that the baby was too young, leading to very sad consequences,” said Doctor Ho Trung Cuong.
According to Dr. Cuong, during the embryonic period, the testicles are located in the abdomen and gradually move down to the scrotum. An undescended testicle in the scrotum (called an undescended testicle or undescended testicle) is quite common in boys. According to current treatment guidelines, this condition requires surgery, bringing the testicle into the scrotum by the time the baby is 6 months old (the approach can be laparoscopic or open surgery depending on the location of the testicle). . Any delay in carrying out surgery to bring the testicle into the scrotum will affect testicular development (testicular atrophy or malignant metaplasia).
The doctor recommends that testicular torsion is a condition in which the blood vessel that feeds the testicle is twisted, affecting the blood perfusion of the testicle, if not operated in time, it will cause testicular necrosis, forcing amputation. cancel. Therefore, parents should pay attention to observe the baby’s genitalia (because it is often hidden behind diapers or pants, so it is of little concern). Any abnormality, even the smallest, should take the baby to the doctor for the most appropriate advice.
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