extragenital

ex·tra·gen·i·tal

(eks'tră-jen'i-tăl),
Outside of, away from, or unrelated to, the genital organs.

extragenital

(ĕks″tră-jĕn′ĭ-tăl) [″ + genitalis, genital]
Outside or unrelated to the genital organs.
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Other causes include sepsis, extragenital diseases (20.
Extragenital organs like knee, eyelid, anus retroperitoneum and oral mucosa have also been reported to be involved by this tumour (2).
In recent years, the use of diagnostic categories for extragenital cytology has increasingly been discussed as an approach to improve the quality of reports.
None of the patients (0%) were identified as having extragenital involvement.
Cryptorchidism and inguinal her-nias are the most common extragenital anomalies and are found in 7 to 10% of all hypospadia cases.
Including criteria in the study were pregnant women older than 18 years with no serious extragenital abnormalities in their 6-12 week of pregnancy.
Although it is not licensed for extragenital use, sensitivity and specificity of the RNA-based assay we used is high (10,14).
About 10%-15% of women with the condition will have extragenital disease.
Additionally, extragenital lesions may occur and are most often seen on the upper trunk--the neck, shoulders, and inframammary area.
HPV is a potential etiologic factor in the oncogenesis of nonmelanoma skin cancer, and HPV DNA has been demonstrated in extragenital squamous cell carcinoma in situ.
Comparison of ligase chain reaction and culture for detection of Neisseria gonorrhoeae in genital and extragenital specimens.
Beverly Whipple's and Gina Ogden's most recent book, Safe Encounters: How Women Can Say Yes to Pleasure and No to Unsafe Sex, contains activities to help women and men explore their extragenital sensitivity (New York: McGraw Hill, 1989).