Undescended testes (or testicles) in newborn boys is a fairly common condition
and is very treatable.
If one or both testes do not descend at or soon after birth, an Institute
urologist can use a minimally invasive procedure to move it to its proper place.
Our pediatric urologists usually use laparoscopy to locate the testes in
the abdomen and move it into the scrotum. Using laparoscopy allows the
doctor to perform the procedure with tiny incisions and a very high degree
The Institute’s pediatric urologists are among the state’s
most experienced physicians in treating undescended testes.