Testicles are part of the male body. They make male hormones and sperm. Most men have two testicles, located in their scrotum. Usually, the testicles move down into the scrotum right before or after birth. An undescended testicle occurs when it does not move down into the scrotum. Undescended testicles are common.
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Hypospadias is a common variation in fetal development of the penis in which the urethra does not open from its usual location in the head of the penis. It is the second-most common birth abnormality of the male reproductive system, affecting about one of every males at birth. The remainder have proximal hypospadias, in which the meatus is all the way back on the shaft of the penis, near or within the scrotum. Shiny tissue that should have made the urethra extends from the meatus to the tip of the glans; this tissue is called the urethral plate. In most cases, the foreskin is less developed and does not wrap completely around the penis, leaving the underside of the glans uncovered. Also, a downward bending of the penis, commonly referred to as chordee , may occur. Also, the scrotum may be higher than usual on either side of the penis called penoscrotal transposition.
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An undescended testicle cryptorchidism is a testicle that hasn't moved into its proper position in the bag of skin hanging below the penis scrotum before birth. Usually just one testicle is affected, but about 10 percent of the time both testicles are undescended. The vast majority of the time, the undescended testicle moves into the proper position on its own, within the first few months of life.