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Urogenital defects

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Thinking about cosmetic surgery? | Labia Library

Labia Library - Thinking about cosmetic surgery? - For women who are considering genital cosmetic surgery, it is important to be fully informed about the risks versus benefits.

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Spina Bifida - Bladder Management and Spina Bifida | The Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

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How we became a family using donor sperm | VARTA

Listen to Angie and Greg talk about how important it is to talk to children about how they became a family using donor sperm.

Read more on VARTA - Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority website

Alport Syndrome

Alport Syndrome is a genetic disorder which causes problems with type IV collagen formation in the body.

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Reasons for Miscarriage | Red Nose

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Kidney Cysts

Cystic kidney disease is a group of diseases that cause abnormal pockets of clear,   watery fluid (cysts) to form in the kidneys. In cystic kidney disease, multiple cysts form   in both kidneys.

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About semen analysis | Andrology Australia

When a couple is having medical investigations for infertility, testing of the male partner will usually include semen analysis.

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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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