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BALANITIS inflammation of the glans penis (head of the penis)
EPIDIDYMIS a narrow tightly-coiled tube connection the efferent ducts for the rear of each testicles to its Vas Deferens
EPIDIDYMITIS inflammation of the Epididymis
ORCHIECTOMY excision of the testicles
PROSTATITIS inflammation of the prostate gland
TERATOMA tumor of the testis (Greek - Monster)
VASECTOMY excision of the Vas Deferens
CARCINOMA OF THE TESTIS malignant tumor of the testicles
CRYPTORCHIDISM undescended testicles
HYDROCELE sac of clear fluid in the scrotum
VARICOCELE enlarged, swollen veins near the testicle
CARCINOMA OF THE PROSTATE malignant tumor of the prostate
PHIMOSIS narrowing of the opening of the foreskin over the glans penis
CHLAMYDIAL INFECTION bacterial infection of the gentials of men and women
GONORRHEA inflammation the genital tract caused by a bacteria
HERPES GENITALIS infections of the gentitals caused by a virus
SYPHILIS chronic, infectious disease of the genitals and it can affect any organ in the body
TRICHOMONIASIS infection of the genitourinary tract caused by a protozoa
GYNECOMASTIA breast enlargement in males
VAS DEFERENS sperm tube
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