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A bilobed testicle is an extremely rare congenital malformation. Only seven cases have been reported in the literature to date.[1] In our knowledge, this is the first case of the bilobed testis to be reported in any radiology journal. Bilobed testis could be a variant of polyorchidism, having incomplete expression, so it may also be termed incomplete unilateral polyorchidism. Polyorchidism is relatively a more common condition than bilobed testis, still very rare in terms of overall incidence, with only about 200 cases reported to date.

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Namdev Seth. (2022). Bilobed Testis in an Adult - An Extremely Rare Entity. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences, 11(10), 837–839. https://doi.org/10.14260/jemds.v11i10.227

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