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- Paraphimosis is a painful swelling of the retracted foreskin of the penis.
gender identity disorder
- A gender identity disorder is one in which a person wants to be the opposite sex. The person may also believes that he or she is "trapped" in a body of the wrong sex.
genital injury in males
- A genital injury in a male is an injury to the penis, testicles, or the structures within them. The injury may occur as a result of an accident, disease, trauma, or sexual assault.
testicular torsion
- A man's testicle receives its blood supply through a structure called the spermatic cord. This cord can become twisted, cutting off blood to the testicle. This is known as torsion of the testicle.
blood in the semen
- Blood in the semen is uncommon. Seeing it can make people quite anxious, but it is rarely serious.
testicular self-examination
- A hydrocoele is a collection of fluid around the testicle.
- Hypogonadism is a condition in which the ovaries in women or the testes in men do not function properly. As a result, normal sexual development does not take place or is reversed.
hypospadias repair
- Hypospadias a condition in which the opening of the urethra is on the underside of the penis, rather than in its normal location at the tip of the penis. About half the time, the opening is within an inch of the penis tip. This is known as anterior hypospadias. However, the opening can fall anywhere along the shaft of the penis to below the base of the scrotum. This condition is present from birth.
Peyronie's disease
- In individuals with Peyronie's disease, one or more small areas of fibrous tissue develop in the penis. The disease was first described by the French surgeon Francois de la Peyronie in 1743, though there are other reports dated a century earlier.
aging of the male reproductive system
male infertility
testicular feminization
undescended testicle
undescended testicle repair
- A varicocoele is the enlargement of the network of veins that drain the testicle in males.
scrotal mass
- The term scrotal mass means that a distinct mass can be felt within the scrotum, as opposed to a general swelling of the scrotum.
epididymitis, chronic
- This condition describes chronic or long-standing inflammation in the epididymis. The epididymis is a coiled, tubular structure on the back of the testicle.
erectile dysfunction
- Male erectile dysfunction is a condition in which a man cannot get or keep an erection long enough to have sexual intercourse.
Klinefelter syndrome
- Klinefelter syndrome is a genetic disorder that occurs in males who have three or more sex chromosomes. At least two of the chromosomes must be X chromosomes, and one must be a Y chromosome. The condition causes males to have some female-like physical features.
retrograde ejaculation
- Retrograde ejaculation is a condition in which semen travels back into the bladder instead of forward through the urethra.
testicular torsion repair
- Vasectomy is an operation designed to tie off both of the tubes, known as vas deferens, that carry sperm. It causes permanent infertility, or inability to father children, in males.
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