Generally radiologic imaging is not reliable. Ultrasound can help identify a testicle located in the inguinal canal, but is of limited use for intra-abdominal testes. MRI and CT scan can be useful for intra-abdominal testes, but they are often difficult to use on small children and have a high rate of false negative results.
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