hypogenitalism

hypogenitalism

 [hi″po-jen´ĭ-tah-lizm]
lack of sexual development because of deficient activity of the gonads; hypogonadism.

hy·po·gen·i·tal·ism

(hī'pō-jen'i-tăl-izm),
Partial or complete failure of maturation of the genitalia; commonly, a consequence of hypogonadism.

hypogenitalism

/hy·po·gen·i·tal·ism/ (-jen´ĭ-t'l-izm″) hypogonadism.

hypogenitalism

[-jen′itəliz′əm]
Etymology: Gk, hypo + L, genitalis, fruitful
a condition of retarded sexual development caused by a defect in male or female hormonal production in the testis or ovary.

hypogenitalism

↓ External and/or internal reproductive plumbing, usually due to hypogonadism

hy·po·gen·i·tal·ism

(hī'pō-jen'i-tăl-izm)
Partial or complete failure of maturation of the genitalia; commonly, a consequence of hypogonadism.

hypogenitalism

lack of sexual development because of deficient activity of the gonads; hypogonadism.
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