Undescended testis

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Undescended testicles are a common childhood condition where a boy’s testicles are not in their usual place in the scrotum.

It’s estimated that about one in every 25 boys are born with undescended testicles.

Mr Feilim Murphy is the lead Consultant Paediatric Urologist as St George’s NHS Trust in London.  After initially training in Ireland in both Temple Street Childrens Hospital and Our Ladys Hospital for Sick Children he worked in Australia and New Zealand. He returned to Dublin to complete his training in paediatric surgical training and was awarded a fellowship in paediatric surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He then further trained and worked as a Consultant Paediatric Urologist in Great Ormond Street for Children in London before moving to South London.

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