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Some of these children do not live very long due to these systemic or hereditary diseases. Retinal detachment in infants and Pediatric Ophthalmology / Eye and Disorders 23 children should lead the physician to suspect a systemic disease, a syndrome, trauma, or a tumor in the eye. That should be ruled out with ultrasound or CT scan. Other causes of congenital or infantile retinal detachment should also be considered, including Stickler’s syndrome, retinopathy of prematurity, persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous (PHPV), also called persistent fetal vasculature (PFV), may also present with a retinal detachment at birth; however, the associated microphthalmos and cataract often makes the diagnosis easier.
Acta Pediatr, 96, pp. 915-8 Hack WW, Meijer RW, van der Voort-Doedens LM, Bos SD, Haasnoot K . Natural course of acquired undescended testis in boys. ( 2001). Testicular descent: when to interfere? 173-6 Hutson JM, Basley SW. (1992). Descent of the testis. Chapter 4: Classification and causes of undescended testes in humans. Edward Arnold (Ed). London Melbourne Auckland; pp 57-59 Hutson JM, Clarke MC. ( 2007). Semin Pediatr Surg ,16,pp. ( 2005). Testicular descent and cryptorchidism: the state of the art in 2004.
3. Epidemiology Although the incidence of congenital UDT in full term males remains constant in the last few decades (Barthold JS & González R 2003), the true incidence of acquired UDT remains unknown, because of the lack of studies documenting the prevalence of this condition (Hack et al 2010) First Villumsen et al (Villumsen AL & Zachau-Christianssen B 1966) in 1966, reported that 69/4300 boys, (84 testes), had 2%, either unilateral or bilateral ascending testes from a normal position at birth to a higher position by the age of 3 years.