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164 Possible Causes for Large Penis, Pediatric Disorder

  • Donohue Syndrome

    Affected females may have cystic ovaries and an abnormally enlarged clitoris/ breasts, while males may be afflicted with an abnormally large penis.[] J Pediatr 32: 739, 1948 CrossRef Google Scholar 2. Donohue WL, Uchida I: Leprechaunism, euphemism for a rare familial disorder. J Pediatr 45: 505, 1954.[] Leprechaunism: a euphemism for a rare familial disorder. J Pediatr, 45 (1954), pp. 505-519 [5] G. Kosztolányi.[]

  • Klinefelter Syndrome

    Androgen deficiency disorders. In: Jameson JL, De Groot LJ, de Kretser DM, et al, eds. Endocrinology: Adult and Pediatric . 7th ed.[] disorder.[] Sexual problems Less than normal amount of pubic, armpit, and facial hair Small, firm testicles Tall height Small penis size Exams and Tests Klinefelter syndrome may first[]

  • Autistic Disorder

    […] the penis), undescended testicles and others.[] In two, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies in pediatric patients aged 6-17 years with irritability associated with autistic disorder, 8 weeks of treatment[] OBJECTIVE: Evaluate the long-term safety and tolerability of aripiprazole in the treatment of irritability in pediatric subjects (6-17 years) with autistic disorder.[]

  • Phimosis

    […] part of the penis bad become affected with an ulcerating growth."[] ., our pediatric urologists provide comprehensive care for disorders affecting reproductive and urinary organs.[] George Chiang and Marc Cendron , DISORDERS OF THE PENIS AND SCROTUM , Pediatric Urology , 10.1016/B978-1-4160-3204-5.00042-6 , (544-562) , (2010) . N. Panait and P.[]

  • Paraphimosis

    ., our pediatric urologists provide comprehensive care for disorders affecting reproductive and urinary organs.[] Secondary buried penis may be the result of an overzealous circumcision with subsequent cicatricial scar (trapped penis), a large hernia, or a hydrocele.[] Bloom, DA, Wan J, and Kay D: Disorders of the male external genitalia and inguinal canal, in Kelalis PP, King LR and Belman AB (Eds): Clinical Pediatric Urology , 3rd ed.[]

  • Fabry Disease

    The hips, back, thighs, buttocks, penis, and scrotum are commonly affected, as well as the oral mucosa and conjunctiva. 67 The large genital lesions are particularly susceptible[] , and the Society for Pediatric Research.[] Abstract Fabry disease is a rare lysosomal storage disorder, inherited in an X-linked manner.[]

  • Hypospadias

    When he comes back from the operating theatre, there will be a thin, plastic tube (catheter) draining urine from his bladder and a large dressing covering the penis.[] According to pediatric neurologists: Hypospadias is a disorder that primarily affects male newborns. Hypospadias also has a genetic component.[] There is also a variant with a large, fish-mouth shaped opening called megameatal hypospadias. It can cause urinary problems.[]

  • Precocious Puberty

    In boys, the condition triggers the development of a large penis and testicles, with spontaneous erections and the production of sperm.[] J Pediatr Endcrinol Metab 14: 729–734 Google Scholar 5. Loder RT, Wittenberg B, DeSilva G (1995) Slipped capital femoral epiphysis associated with endocrine disorders.[] As with any disorder related to pediatric endocrinology, an endocrinologist will consult with a primary pediatrician to help the child with precocious puberty coping.[]

  • Agenesis of Uterus

    Patients can be seen by Texas Children's experts in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology.[] However, men’s penises are different sizes and a man who has a large penis may cause you some discomfort as he would any woman.[] In the past, MRKH was typically treated by pediatric surgeons or reproductive endocrinologists, but neither field is really a perfect fit for a disorder that affects the reproductive[]

  • CHARGE Syndrome

    Underdeveloped genitals – Undescended testicles and small penis for males. Underdeveloped labia and uterus for females.[] Author information 1 Department of Pediatrics, Changhua Christian Hospital, No. 135 Nan-shiao Road, Changhua, Taiwan.[] She is a specialist in pediatric communication disorders and augmentative communication.[]

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