Diagnostic laparoscopy has become the gold standard for the diagnosis of impalpable testis. Laparoscopy for surgical correction is gaining popularity in pediatric as well as adult group with more and more surgeons opting for laparoscopic treatment. It can also benefit the patient and is logical if both diagnosis and surgical correction are combined at one time.3
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