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Men's Health

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Diseases: Male Breast Diseases | Penile Diseases | Prostate Diseases | Testicular Diseases

Other Topics: General Men's Health | Gay and Lesbian Health | Reproductive System Anatomy | Circumcision | Contraception | Infertility | Male Menopause | Sexual Dysfunction | Testosterone


Testicular and Scrotal Diseases

(Jump to: Diagnostic Tests | General Information | Specific Disorders | Surgery )

General Information
Disorders of the Testes:Cleveland Clinic
Swelling in the Scrotum:Merck Manual, Home Edition
Testicular Pain:eMedicine Consumer Health
How to Do a Testicular Self-Examination:Testicular Cancer Resource Center
Diagnosis and Treatment of the Acute Scrotum:American Academy of Family Physicians
Testicular Disorders:MedlinePlus


Specific Disorders
Cancer
See Cancer, Testicular Cancer
Hydrocele
Hydrocele:Mayo Clinic
Hypogonadism
See Endocrine System, Reproductive Gland Disorders
Infection / Inflammation
Epididymitis:Mayo Clinic
Orchitis:Mayo Clinic
Autoimmune Orchitis:Johns Hopkins Autoimmune Disease Research Center
Injury
Testicular Trauma:American Urological Association
Masses
Scrotal Masses:Mayo Clinic
Testicular Masses:American Academy of Family Physicians
Retractile Testicle
Retractile Testicle:Mayo Clinic
Testicular Torsion
Testicular Torsion: What You Should Know:American Academy of Family Physicians
Testicular Torsion:American Urological Association
Neonatal Testicular Torsion:American Urological Association
Undescended Testicle
Undescended Testis:American Urological Association
Varicocele
Varicocele:Mayo Clinic
Varicoceles:American Urological Association


Diagnostic Tests for Testicular Disease
Testicular Biopsy:MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Scrotal Ultrasound:Radiology Society of North America


Testicular Surgery
Inguinal Orchiectomy:Testicular Cancer Resource Center


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