How common is 'Bell Clapper Deformity' ?
Bell Clapper Deformity is a deformity in which the testicle is not attached to the scrotal walls, and can rotate freely on the spermatic cord within the tunica vaginalis
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
- 1 decade ago
Umm. I'm not sure, but if you've got to be deformed, at least it's somewhere where not a lot of people will see it and even if they do, they probably will not notice.
I wouldn't worry about how common it is.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
google it, im not your slave