Persistent Mullerian Duct Syndrome with Transverse Testicular Ectopia: Rare Entity 162-163
Consultant Surgeon, Department of General Surgery,
Kurji Holy Family Hospital, Kurji, Patna- 800010, Bihar, India.
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We are reporting on a 35-year-old male from low socio-economic strata, who presented with a left-sided inguinal hernia. Intraoperatively, a uterus and two fallopian tubes were found in the hernial sac which was adjacent to the two gonads, which received their blood supply partly, along with Mullerian duct remnants (Persitent Mullerian duct Syndrome with Transverse testicular ectopia). The gonads were testes by histological examination, with features of degeneration and fibrosis. Complete excision of the mass was done and mesh hernioplasty was done.The diagnosis of persistent Mullerian duct syndrome with Transverse testicular ectopia was confirmed. Persistent Mullerian duct Syndrome is a rare entity and itÃs association with Transverse testicular ectopia is even more rare.