A retractile testicle is a testicle that moves back and forth between the groin and the scrotum (the sac underneath the penis). A retractile testicle is not considered a serious health risk. When the cremaster muscle contracts (tightens), it pulls the testicle upward toward the.
Overview. A retractile testicle is a testicle that may move back and forth between the scrotum and the groin. When the retractile testicle is.
Testicular retraction is different from undescended testicles. A retractile testicle often resolves without treatment, but it should be monitored by a.
OBJECTIVE: To assess the efficacy and safety of circumferential cremasteric lysis in the treatment of adult symptomatic retractile testicles.
Another study suggested a possible relation between retractile testis and sterility owing to the fact that adults with retractile testis who receive.