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Common Treatment Procedures of the Male Reproductive System

castration surgical excision of the testes
circumcision surgical removal of the prepuce (foreskin)
epididymectomy surgical removal of the epididymis
hydrocelectomy surgical removal of a hydrocele from the scrotum
orchidopexy surgical fixation of the testes to the scrotum
orchiectomy surgicl removal of the testes
prostatectomy surgical removal of the prostate
transurethral incision of the prostate surgical incision into the bladder neck to widen the urethra
transurethral microwave thermotherapy nonsurgical treatment to destroy prostate tissue
transurethral needle ablation using radiofrequency energy through needles to destroy specific regions of the prostate
transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) surgical removal of the prostate tissue through an endoscope
vasectomy surgical removal of a portion of the vas deferens to produce sterility
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