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Endocrine Disorders

Leukorrhea Discharge of white or yellow mucoid substance
Amenorrhea Absence of menses for 3 months or more
Dysmenorrhea Painful menses
Menorrhagia Excessive menstruation, usually caused by uterine disorders i.e. uterine tumors, PID, etc.
Menorrhagia Irregular uterine bleeding (not necessarily excessive amounts), but totally irregular and sometimes prolonged. Commonly caused by hormone imbalance
Menometrorrhagia Excessive uterine bleeding at and between menses.
Menarch Onset of menses
Menopause Cessation of menses due to cessation of ovarian function
Anovulation Absence of ovulation
Cryptorchism Failure of the t estes to descent to normal position. Surgically corrected to avoid sterility
Phimosis Narrowing of the opening of the foreskin over the glans penis.
Hypospadias Congenital opening of male urethra on under surface of the penis.
Hydrocele Hernia of fluid in testes or tubes leading from testes.
Varicocele Enlarged herniated swollen veins near testes
Transurethral Resection (TUR) Transurethral removal of the prostate gland
Adenocarcinoma of the prostate Malignant tumor of prostate
Testicular Cancer Malignant tumors of testes
Vasectomy Removal of segment of vas deferens.
metrorrhagia Irregular uterine bleeding
Created by: wenchie040