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Trastornos en el Sexo Masculino

Trastornos en el Sexo Masculino

Varios trastornos del tracto urinario sólo afectan al sexo masculino. Esto está relacionado en gran medida con la anatomía masculina y también con el desarrollo fetal. Los trastornos que afectan a los varones abarcan el pene, la uretra o los testículos. En el directorio que aparece a continuación se enumeran algunos de los trastornos en el sexo masculino, para los cuales le proveemos una breve descripción.

Visión General de la Anatomía Masculina

La Circuncisión

El Hidrocele

La Hipospadias

La Hernia Inguinal

El Micropene

La Fimosis y la Parafimosis

Las Válvulas Uretrales Posteriores (VUP, su sigla en inglés es PUV)

La Torsión Testicular

Los Testículos no Descendidos (Criptorquídea)

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