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Undescended testicles

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What are undescended testes? | Andrology Australia

Undescended testes (or cryptorchidism) is a condition at birth when one or both of the testes are not lowered into the scrotum, but stay in the abdomen or only

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Undescended testes | The Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

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Testicular conditions

A number of conditions can affect the testicles (the male sex glands where sperm are made.)

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Testicular cancer - Lab Tests Online AU

Testicular cancer is an abnormal, uncontrolled growth of cells that form a tumour in one or both testes. Men have two testicles (testes, gonads) that are located in the scrotum, a pouch of loose skin found below and at the base of the penis. The testicles are responsible for producing sperm and male hormones (mainly testosterone) that regulate reproductive organ development.

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Parenting and Child Health - Health Topics - Testes (testicles)

The testes (or balls)are formed in the abdomen (belly) while the baby is in the womb and they normally descend (move down) into the scrotum towards the end of pregnancy.Sometimes one or both testes do not descend at birth or over the next few months.

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Testicular Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment | Andrology Australia

Testicular cancer starts as an abnormal growth or tumour in a testis (testes is the plural; often known as the testicles).

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Problems of the testes | Andrology Australia

Testes problems Important parts of the male reproductive system, the testes (testicles) are oval shaped glands responsible for producing sperm and most of the male hormone testosterone.

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Hydroceles | The Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

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Balanitis :: SA Health

Balanitis is an inflammation of the glans (head) of the penis.

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Problems of the penis - a fact sheet | Andrology Australia

Penis lumps are common and should be checked by doctor. Priapism (persistent erection) should be treated immediately to avoid permanent damage.

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