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Table 1 Reports of duplications of the vas deferens in children

From: Duplicate vas deferens in a 3-year-old boy: a case report and review of paediatric literature

AuthorYearAge in yearsProcedureComplicationAssociated anomaliesSideBilateral exploration
This report20193Inguinal herniotomyNoneNone on USRightNo
Karaman20101OrchidopexyNoneNone on USLeftYes
Kutiyanawala19983Bilateral orchidopexyNoneNone on USBilateralYes
Mege19974OrchidopexyNoneNot evaluatedBilateralYes
Mege19974OrchidopexyNoneNot evaluatedLeftYes
Barrack199410 monthsOrchidopexyNoneCrossed testicular ectopiaBilateralYes
Binderow19932Inguinal herniotomyTransectedNone on US and IVPLeftNo
Tolete-Velcek198810OrchidopexyNoneCrossed testicular ectopia on USBilateralYes
Tolete-Velcek19887 monthsInguinal herniotomyTransectedNone on USBilateralYes
Koyanagi197215Exploration for suspected right ectopic ureterNilIpsilateral renal agenesisrightNo
  1. US ultrasound, IVP intravenous pyelography