monorchidism

[ muh-nawr-ki-diz-uh m ]
/ məˈnɔr kɪˌdɪz əm /

noun Pathology.

a prenatal or postnatal condition in which one testis is absent or has not descended into the scrotum.
Also mo·nor·chism [muh-nawr-kiz-uh m] /məˈnɔr kɪz əm/.

Origin of monorchidism

First recorded in 1860–65; monorchid + -ism
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Medicine definitions for monorchism

monorchism

[ mŏn-ôrkĭz′əm ]

n.

A condition in which only one testis is apparent, the other being absent or undescended.

Related forms

mon′or•chidic null adj.
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