Tag: congenital anomaly


Cryptorchidism and fertility

Cryptorchidism or hidden testicle consists of no descending testicle or testicles to scrotal bag, where they should be located at birth. The descent occurs normally in the first year of life, if not, it is corrected with surgery.

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Kallman syndrome

The Kallam syndrome

Kallman Syndrome is caused by an insufficient production of GnRH hormone (gonadotropin-releasing hormone). This hormone takes over the release of hormones that are essential for the proper functioning of the body.

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Surgical tratment for hypospadias

Hypospadias is a congenital anomaly in which he urethral opening is not placed on the middle of the glans penis but at different parts of the corpus, impeding the ejaculation in the vagina among the most severe cases.

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