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testicle

either of the two male reproductive glands, in most mammals enclosed within the scrotum, that produce spermatozoa and the hormone testosterone
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But "the worst pain he'd ever experienced" plus the alarming way his testicle was swelling up convinced him he needed help.
An examination of your testicles should be part of your routine physical exam.
The boy was being treated for an undescended testicle at the hospital, but doctors mistakenly put a camera into "the wrong side," rendering him infertile during surgery, (https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-bristol-46634002) BBC News reported. 
Magnetic resonance imaging showed normal right testicle measuring approximately 5.1 cm in diameter and normal epididymis.
The epididymis is the portion of the reproductive system where sperm matures and 'learns to swim.' It will feel softer and bumpier than the testicle it's attached to.
5 Your left testicle is more likely to be larger and hang lower inside your scrotum.
There are four out of five chances that the testicle can be saved in time.
The removal of the testicle is done by making an incision near the groin area and the testicle is removed from the scrotum.
In our case, these histopathological changes that occurred within the first few hours after torsion were determined as significantly different signal intensities in the affected testicle compared to the unaffected testicle on DWI.
Due to the risk of finding a testicular neoplasm, a right inguinal incision was used to explore the right testicle. Intraoperatively, a necrotic epididymis as a result of epididymal abscess rupture had led to hematoma formation which was compressing the testicle and compromising vascular flow.
Undescended testicle is the most common congenital anomaly among males.