male external genitalia

male external genitalia

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the external masculine genital organs, the penis and scrotum.
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Children with apparently normal looking genitalia, age >16 years, precocious puberty with normal male external genitalia and incomplete file information were excluded from the study.
Therefore, in our case, the spatiotemporal dysregulation of the primary cilia formation and/or function may result in the aberrant SHH-, FGF8/10-, and WNT-dependent cell proliferation Signaling that, along with the mutation in BMP4, which might negatively affect its proapoptotic function, could disrupt a dynamic equilibrium between cell proliferation and apoptosis [9], thereby skewing the developmental process of human male external genitalia toward diphallia and hypospadias.
Approach to Assigning Gender in 46,XX Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia with Male External Genitalia: Replacing Dogmatism with Pragmatism.
Most of the clinical lesions seen on the male external genitalia are nodules, patches, plaques, papules and swelling of external genitalia.
Records of 156 cases of male external genitalia injuries between May 2002 and December 2012 were retrospectively reviewed.
However, hypospadia is often missed on prenatal US, despite it being the most common congenital defect of the male external genitalia. The prenatal recognition of hypospadias is important because it will alert the physician to order karyotyping and to look for any possible associated dysmorphic syndromes.
Systematics of the Genus Nadleria (Psocoptera: Lachesillidae) with Description of a New Species and Hypotheses on Evolution of Male External Genitalia in the Family Lachesillidae.
Development of male external genitalia begins soon after masculinization of the Wolffian ducts and is completed long before formation of external genitalia in females.
(189) She does not have male external genitalia nor can she beget a child.
It seems clear that male external genitalia evolve much faster than their female counterparts.
The present patient had a phenotypically male external genitalia with a penis size 8 cm in length and 2.5 cm in diameter and penoscrotal hypospadias.
Physical examination demonstrated reducible swelling in groin and well-appearing male external genitalia with empty scrotum.