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213 Possible Causes for Testicular Hypoplasia

  • Immuno-Osseous Dysplasia

    hypoplasia with atrophy and azospermia, and clustering of small cerebral vessels.[] […] emperipolesis-like (penetration of one cell by another) abnormalities in the adenohypophysis, fatty infiltration of the cardiac right ventricular wall, pulmonary emphysema, testicular[]

  • XXXXY Syndrome

    This investigation showed an evident bilateral testicular hypoplasia: right testicle diameters 12.0 mm 5.9 mm 6.9 mm; left testicle diameters 11.8 mm 6.4 mm 6.5 mm; volume[] Andrological physical examination Hypo-representation of the pubic hair system, testicular hypoplasia (volume 2 ml bilaterally, evaluated with a Prader orchidometer), non-palpable[]

  • Epiglottis Absent or Abnormal

    Patients present with kidney dysplasia, testicular hypoplasia, micropenis, and cryptorchidism.[]

  • Testicular Atrophy

    Testicular hypoplasia: congenital testicular hypoplasia, also known as seminiferous tubule hypoplasia or primary testicular disease or Klinefelter syndrome (Klinefelter syndrome[] In prepubertal biopsies, abnormalities of the testicular parenchyma were classified into types I (slight alterations), II (marked germinal hypoplasia), and III (severe germinal[] In addition the patient may have varying degrees of secondary sexual characteristics of hypoplasia, if the breast development, puberty development delay, and even men feminine[]

  • Pallister-Hall Syndrome

    hypoplasia renal dysplasia renal ectopia spinal anomalies hemivertebrae limb anomalies dislocated hips distal shortening of limbs radial subluxation postaxial polydactyly[] […] laryngeal cleft bifid or hypoplastic epiglottis ab normal lung lobation thoracic anomalies fused ribs abdominal anomalies imperforate anus genitourinary system micropenis testicular[]

  • 48,XXYY Syndrome

    The authors report a patient affected with mental retardation, dysarthria, bilateral testicular hypoplasia and extensive ulcers of the lower limbs.[]

  • Biochemical Disorder

    hypoplasia, and immunogenetics, or the genetic aspects of the immune response and the transmission of genetic factors from generation to generation. molecular genetics the[] […] addition to the diseases mentioned under biochemical genetics, other aspects of clinical genetics include the study of chromosomal aberrations, such as those that cause testicular[]

  • Cockayne Syndrome

    Testicular hypoplasia or cryptorchidism affects more than 30% of male patients. Females menstruate but the cycles are not regular.[]

  • Testicular Torsion

    […] both testes, usually part of a wider range of defects. testicular anomaly includes hypoplasia, cryptorchidism, agenesis, heterotopia, polyorchidism, cystic rete testis and[] Called also the 'nasty child syndrome', although 'bull terrier bite' would probably be more common. testicular hypoplasia occurs as an uncomplicated state, or as part of cryptorchidism[] A delay in surgery beyond 6 hr rapidly increases the likelihood that the testicle will be lost. testicular pertaining to the testis. testicular agenesis absence of one or[]

  • Mandibular Hypoplasia - Deafness - Progeroid Syndrome

    He presented with prominent eyes, beaked nose, mandibular hypoplasia, crowded teeth, small mouth and testicular hypoplasia.[]

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