genitalia

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genitalia

[‚jen·ə′tāl·yə]
(anatomy)
The organs of reproduction, especially those which are external.
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23% of girls for cleaning the external genitalia in the study by Subhash B.
9) Cleaning external genitalia during menstruation Satisfactory 88 (75.
Among these udder including teats, perineum and external genitalia was found highly tick infested regions.
The examination of external genitalia was normal, however, a painful mass approximately 7 x 8 cm extending from the right lateral fornix through the episiotomy line was palpated.
The transmissible venereal tumor also known as infectious sarcoma, venereal granuloma, transmissible lymphosarcoma or Sticker tumor, is a contagious and sexually transmissible neoplasia of unknown origin and, in natural conditions, only affects dogs, that mainly affects the external genitalia of both male and female animals (Goldschmidt and Hendrick, 2002; Mukaratirwa and Gruys, 2004).
Female genital mutilation (FGM) describes all procedures that involve the partial or total removal of external genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons.
Canine transmissible venereal sarcoma (CTVS) is a sexually transmitted neoplasm of the external genitalia of dogs.
It is frequently reported in fingers, toes, and external genitalia in 6-36-week-old babies (1).
It entails the complete or partial removal of the external genitalia of women and girls for non-medical reasons.
External genitalia wart, also known as condyloma acuminata, is a common form of sexually transmitted disease.
For the same reason ultrasonographic examination of external genitalia and regional lymph nodes was not conclusive.
Disorders where external genitalia are phenotypically incongruent with genetic sex can be categorized into 3 main groups: 1) conditions associated with prenatal (and possibly postnatal) virilization of 46, XX (genetic female) individuals, 2) disorders associated with undervirilization of 46,XY (genetic male) individuals, and 3) conditions associated with gonadal dysgenesis.