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genitalia

[‚jen·ə′tāl·yə]
(anatomy)
The organs of reproduction, especially those which are external.
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Idiopathic micropenis was diagnosed in patients of normal male genitalia with micropenis, normal FSH, LH, testosterone and adequate response on hCG stimulation19.
On the other hand, the male genitalia of specimens reared in this survey (Hayden 2015) were very different and matched Whalley's Figure 287 (1976).
They are morphologically quite similar--the primary character distinguishing them is differences in the male genitalia, specifically the aedeagus, or intromittent organ.
Visual standouts in the "Camp Fires" exhibit, curated by Robin Metcalfe, include Milette's S&M-inflected Guasparre, in which the handle looks like a metal-studded black leather belt affixed to male genitalia to form a teapot; Foulem's Santa and Blue Boy; which suggests an illicit affair for Old Saint Nick, who stands two tongue-lengths apart from a male youth clasping a hat that resembles a used condom nearly half the kid's size; and Mathieu's Crucifixion Bowl, which depicts an eroticized Jesus Christ in a sensual swoon.
The terminology of the external and internal morphology of female genitalia of flies followed of Heikki Hippa (1988) and the method of exposing male genitalia followed of Stubb and Falk (2002).
20pm Charlie Russell meets men who describe themselves as heterosexual and are looking for love with transgender women who still have male genitalia.
Because 100 per cent heterosexual men here admit to fancying transgender women, who still have male genitalia.
4) Inspite of the above fact, the male genitalia was considered to be an immune zone for leprosy in various previous studies.
But he was "shocked" to receive a call informing him that his "little black and white princess" also had male genitalia.
Tigers are subjected to slaughter as long as Chinese have faith in the medical value of tiger products, such as their bones or male genitalia, which are actually very controversial in terms of their efficacy," said Xie Yan, of the Institute of Zoology at Chinese Academy of Sciences during an interview with Global Times.
After general considerations, they cover pseudoneoplastic lesions of the kidney, the urinary tract, the prostate, and the male genitalia besides the prostate.