retractile


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Antonyms for retractile

capable of retraction

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In the present study, the GNRHR mutation Ser34Phe was identified in a 16 years old boy, who had low FSH, LH and T concentrations and retractile testes and genitalia.
What is the natural history of retractile testicles and do they ever need surgery?
These adhesions separate spontaneously with time, allowing the foreskin tobecome retractile.
000) with 3 floating and retractile JAW holders chuck body in steel fully sealed with all inner components in oil bath, Cap Mounting ASA 11", JAWS Retraction stroke=75 mm.
Table 1: Modified from EAU 2014 Cryptorchidism Recommendations (13) Statement Level of Grade Evidence Boys with retractile testes 2 A do not need medical or surgical treatment, but require close follow-up until puberty.
The most common presentations are papules, pustules, nodules, furuncles, verrucose plaques, abscesses, and ulcerations, with a tendency to fistulization and seropurulent drainage, and leaving retractile and deforming scars.
In addition to presenting unusual characteristics of our case, we suggest that retractile pain on the thoracic region should be investigated further, if other more common pathologies are ruled out.
A table with lateral retractile supports in order to avoid creating a larger distance to the patient, with powered height adjustment because manual controls interfere with the chair and operator location.
Retractile testis is a separate diagnosis, defined as a testis that retracts secondary to a brisk cremasteric reflex.
Larvae of this genus have an atypical morphology including thin and retractile head, pronota, and mesonota, which are unique characteristics among known Trichoptera.
A common misconception about the foreskin is that it is always retractable; alas, only half of all boys by age ten have a prepuce in the retractile state.
Urologists, obstetricians and gynecologists, and reproductive medicine and other specialists from North America and Europe address the evaluation, treatment, and prevention of infertility, covering the anatomy and physiology of the male reproductive system; the history and physical examination, basic laboratory evaluation, genetic evaluation, imaging, testis biopsy, vasography, and other evaluation topics; treatment of obstructive and non-obstructive azoospermia; ejaculatory disorders; varicocele, hydrocele, and retractile testes; non-surgical treatments; sexual disorders; assisted reproduction; and other topics, such as pediatric urology, the preservation of fertility, sperm cryopreservation, nursing consideration, and the cost-effectiveness of treatments.
6) Other causes of ipsilateral empty hemiscrotum such as retractile testis, anarchism, undescended testis and testicular atrophy secondary to testicular torsion.
The scolex has four suckers and a conical, retractile rostellum "armed" with 1-8 rows of hooks, depending on the age of the parasite.