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Testicular torsion in the dog: a review of 13 cases
  1. H Pearson and
  2. DF Kelly


The clinical and pathological features of testicular torsion in 13 dogs are reviewed. The affected gonads were intra-abdominal in 11 animals, and inguinal and scrotal respectively in two others. In most cases, the torsion appeared to result from neoplastic enlargement of the testis.

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