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mi·cro·pe·nis

(mī'krō-pē'nis),
Abnormally small penis.
Synonym(s): microphallus

microphallus

Micropenis, see there.

mi·cro·pe·nis

(mī'krō-pē'nis)
Abnormally small penis.
Synonym(s): microphallus.

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Clinical associations of GH deficiency in the neonatal period include breech presentation, midline facial defects, microphallus, hypoglycaemia and prolonged jaundice.
The snail serves as the first intermediate host to at least 14 species of digenetic trematode parasites (Winterbourn 1974; MacArthur and Featherston 1976), but we were specifically interested in an undescribed species of digenetic trematode in the genus Microphallus, which is responsible for most of the trematode infections in lake populations of the snail (Lively 1987, 1992).
Relations hotes-parasites du Trematode Microphallus papillorobustus (Rankin, 1940).
We reported the successful in vitro cultivation of a microphallid digenean, Microphallus turgidus, from metacercaria to reproductive adult [16, 17].
Massachusetts, "Measurement of Mullerian inhibiting substance facilitates management of boys with microphallus and cryptorchidism," The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, vol.
Key words: Microphallus sabanensis, digenetic trematode, Venezuela.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the genetic structure of the trematode Microphallus turgidus and one of its hosts, the grass shrimp Palaemonetes pugio.
Interactions between two marine snails, Littorina rudis Maton and Littorina nigrolineata Grey, a predator, Carcinus maenas (L.) and a parasite, Microphallus similis Jagerskiold.
Relations hotes-parasite du trematode Microphallus papillorobustus (Rankin, 1940).
The great majority of patients (97%) also had hypogonadal features such as cryptorchidism, microphallus or amenorrhea, along with absent olfactory structures and anosmia.
Here we examine this alternative hypothesis by examining infection by one species of trematode (Microphallus sp.) in clonal and sexual snails at two depths at which we have found no evidence for local coevolution (see Lively and Jokela 1996).