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  • [[Penis Development|penis]]<noinclude>[[Category:Template]][[Category:Term Link]][[Category:Male]][[C
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  • The external male genitalia consists of the {{penis}} and scrotum containing the {{testis}}. ...bryology_19-4#Development_of_the_Penis_and_Scrotum|1912 Development of the Penis and Scrotum]] | [[Paper - Notes on the development of the prepuce (1935)|19
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  • ...are: (1) The corpus cavernosum in males and females extends into the glans penis and clitoris, respectively, during the ambisexual stage (9 weeks) and thus External genitalia; Genital tubercle; Hypospadias; Penis; Prepuce; Urethra
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  • ...x|left]] This historic 1914 paper by deLima is an early description of a {{penis}} abnormality. '''Modern Notes:''' {{Hypospadia}} | {{penis}}
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  • NOTE ON A CASE OF BIFID PENIS, WITH PENIAL HYPOSPADIA. By J. A. Pires ve Lima, Professor of Topographical On the mere inspection of the penis, this organ is found to be short and
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  • ...24 paper by Lipschutz describes rare male human genital abnormality of the penis. '''Modern Notes:''' {{genital abnormalities}} | {{penis}}
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  • A NOTE ON A CASE OF BIFID PENIS A cass of bifid penis with penile hypospadias is described by Pires de Lima (1),
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  • [[Penis Development|penis]]<noinclude>[[Category:Template]][[Category:Term Link]][[Category:Male]][[C
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  • ...Intestine]][[Category:Genital]][[Category:Abnormal Development]][[Category:Penis]][[Category:Historic Embryology]][[Category:1910's]]</noinclude>
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  • File:Male histology 002.jpg
    ==Male Histology - Penis== * cross-section of developing penis (Trichrome stain).
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  • File:Prepuce.jpeg
    ...1935. The drawings resemble and illustrate the observations of the foetal penis at different gestational age, depicting that the prepuce is a gradually gro The three images (A, B, C) show the overall continuous change of the penis in terms of the prepuce.
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  • ...aper - A note on a case of bifid penis (1924)|'''A note on a case of bifid penis''']]. (1924) {{J Anat.}} 58: 254-255. [https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubm
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  • File:Keibel Mall 2 642.jpg
    The phallus has become the glans penis, the scrotal swellings are fully developed and the unpaired scrotal area is ...egory:Genital]][[Category:Male]][[Category:Historic Embryology]][[Category:Penis]]
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  • | on inferior surface of glans penis ...'''Links:''' [[Genital_System_-_Abnormalities|Genital Abnormalities]] | [[Penis Development]]
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  • ...nile] - abnormally placed urinary meatus that opens along the shaft of the penis.<br> ...otal] - abnormally placed urinary meatus that opens where the shaft of the penis meets the scrotum.<br>
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  • A NOTE ON A CASE OF BIFID PENIS A cass of bifid penis with penile hypospadias is described by Pires de Lima (1),
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  • File:Mouse external genital development.jpg
    ...b, baculum (os penis); EB, estradiol benzoate; Flut, flutamide; gp, glans penis; p, prepuce; u, urethra.
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  • File:Hypospadias.jpg
    ...l''': The opening of the urethra is located somewhere near the head of the penis. ...'Midshaft''': The opening of the urethra is located along the shaft of the penis.
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  • ...24 paper by Lipschutz describes rare male human genital abnormality of the penis. '''Modern Notes:''' {{genital abnormalities}} | {{penis}}
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  • File:Keibel Mall 2 639.jpg
    [[Category:Penis]]
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  • ...ude>[[Category:Template]][[Category:Term Link]][[Category:Male]][[Category:Penis]][[Category:Abnormal Development]][[Category:Genital]][[Category:Urethra]]<
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  • | urinary meatus that opens along the shaft of the penis | urinary meatus opens where the shaft of the penis meets the scrotum
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  • File:Hunter1935 text-fig02.jpg
    ==Text-fig. 2. L.S. Penis of human foetus 70 mm C.R. length==
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  • File:Nelsen1953 fig002.jpg
    [[Category:Male]][[Category:Genital]][[Category:Testis]][[Category:Penis]]
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  • File:Fetal corpus cavernosum and corpus spongiosum 01.jpg
    ==Fetal Penis Development== ...lagen in the corpus cavernosum and corpus spongiosum (blue color) of fetal penis at different ages in weeks post-conception (WPC).
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  • | valign=top|prepubertal (testis volume < 1.5 ml<br>small penis (3 cm or less) <br>(age 9 and younger) ...estis volume 1.6 to 6 ml<br>skin on scrotum thins, reddens and enlarges<br>penis length unchanged<br>(age 9–11)
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  • File:Hunter1935 plate01.jpg
    ...of the layer between the prepuee and glans. Pointers: 1, prepuce; 2, glans penis; 3, cell nest.
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  • File:Hunter1935 text-fig03.jpg
    ==Text-fig. 3. L.S. Penis of human foetus 100 mm C.R. length==
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  • ...][[Category:Genital]][[Category:Testis]][[Category:Spermatozoa]][[Category:Penis]]</noinclude>
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  • File:Hunter1935 text-fig01.jpg
    ==Text-fig. 1. L.S. Penis of human foetus 40 mm C.R. length==
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  • ...lagen in the corpus cavernosum and corpus spongiosum (blue color) of fetal penis at different ages in weeks post-conception (WPC). ===Modifications of Erectile Tissue Components in the Penis during the Fetal Period===
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  • ...{ChrY}} | {{SRY}} | {{testis}} | {{spermatozoa}} | {{ductus deferens}} | {{penis}} | {{prostate}} | [[:Category:Male|Category:Male]]
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  • File:Male histology 003.jpg
    * cross-section of developing penis
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  • ...k}}224763620 Polyorchidism] | {{ICD11weblink}}920426846 Meatal stenosis of penis] | {{ICD11weblink}}1580368242 Hypoplasia of testis or scrotum] | {{ICD11web
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  • ...k}}224763620 Polyorchidism] | {{ICD11weblink}}920426846 Meatal stenosis of penis] | {{ICD11weblink}}1580368242 Hypoplasia of testis or scrotum] | {{ICD11web
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  • File:Hunter1935 text-fig06.jpg
    ==Text-Fig. 6. C.S. Glans region of penis from human foetus 100 mm. C.R. length==
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  • File:Hunter1935 text-fig04.jpg
    ==Text-fig. 4. L.S. Penis of human foetus 170 mm C.R. length==
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  • ...ion, looks more male than female, with an empty scrotum and a normal-sized penis-like phallus, however this structure is not quite as free from the perineum | Complete male virilisation, a normally-formed penis is present. Urethral opening at or near the tip, and the scrotum formed, bu
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  • | valign=top|prepubertal (testis volume < 1.5 ml<br>small penis (3 cm or less) <br>(age 9 and younger) ...estis volume 1.6 to 6 ml<br>skin on scrotum thins, reddens and enlarges<br>penis length unchanged<br>(age 9–11)
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  • ...rY}} chromosome | {{testis}} | {{spermatozoa}} | {{meiosis}} | {{AMH}} | {{penis}} | {{prostate}} | {{seminal vesicle}} | {{genital abnormalities}} | {{hypo
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  • File:Hypospadia classifications.jpg
    '''A''' Anterior - on inferior surface of glans penis. Hypospadias most common penis abnormality (1 in 300) from a failure of male urogenital folds to fuse in v
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  • File:Kollmann445.jpg
    Skin and muscles, penis, and part of the scrotum are removed and in the area of the abdomen leaving Haut und Muskulatur, Penis und ein Teil des Scrotums sind entfernt und im Gebiet des Unterbauches nur
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  • File:Hunter1935 text-fig07.jpg
    ==Text-Fig. 7. C.S. Glans region of penis from human foetus 170 mm. C.R. length==
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  • ...ference]][[Category:Genital]][[Category:Pig]][[Category:Female]][[Category:Penis]][[Category:Historic Embryology]][[Category:1910's]]</noinclude>
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  • ...e|Testis Descent Movie]] - [[Media:Testis Descent_001.mp4‎|MP4 movie]] | [[Penis Development]] | [[Testis Development]] | [[Developmental Signals - Anti-Mul
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  • ...of the testis, epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicle, prostate 
gland, penis, and sperm. The functional significance of the various histological structu ===Penis===
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  • * Q55.5 Congenital absence and aplasia of penis ...nital malformation of penis NOS Curvature of penis (lateral) Hypoplasia of penis
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  • File:Hypospadia 3D ultrasound 01.jpg
    Ultrasonography in rendering mode, at {{GA}} 33 weeks, with short penis and with evidence of testicles inside a bifid scrotum.
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  • ...trunks which accompany the femoral vessels, the lymphatics from the glans penis vel clitoridis, and also some of the efferents from the superficial subingu
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  • File:Gray0610.jpg
    ...nt. They receive as afferents lymphatic vessels from the integument of the penis, scrotum, perineum, buttock, and abdominal wall below the level of the umbi ...ut they also receive some of the vessels which drain the integument of the penis, scrotum, perineum, and buttock.
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  • File:Gray1119.jpg
    * The first rudiment of the penis (or clitoris) is a structure termed the phallus * penis is developed from the phallus
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  • ...rY}} chromosome | {{testis}} | {{spermatozoa}} | {{meiosis}} | {{AMH}} | {{penis}} | {{prostate}} | {{seminal vesicle}} | {{genital abnormalities}} | {{hypo
    440 members (46 subcategories, 233 files) - 09:01, 23 April 2020
  • File:DeBeer1928 fig127.jpg
    ...kidney ; oe, oesophagus ; p, pancreas ; pi, pleural coelomic cavity ; pn, penis ; pr, pericardial coelomic cavity ; r, rectum ; sc, spinal cord ; stn, ster
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  • ...menstrual cycle}} | {{male}} | {{ChrY}} | {{testis}} | {{spermatozoa}} | {{penis}} | {{prostate}} | {{endocrine gonad}} | [[Movies#Genital|Genital Movies]]
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  • File:Foster140.jpg
    ...tum ; ug. urinogenital sinus ; cp. elevation which becomes the clitoris or penis ; Is. ridge from which the labia majora or scrotum are developed.
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  • File:Cross section of genital tubercle male.jpg
    ...nital tubercle in a male fetus, as it forms the tubular urethra within the penis.
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  • File:Keith1902 fig098.jpg
    ...inent tubercle — the genital tubercle, the apex of which becomes the glans penis or glans clitoris, according to sex. It is bounded by lateral folds, the ge
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  • * 728 - Penis only.
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  • File:Jackson1909a fig04.jpg
    ...ferior lobes of left lung: L, liver; lv, left ventricle; o, oesophagus; p, penis; pl. pleural boundary; R, rectum; si, small intestine; sl, left suprurenal:
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  • File:Gray1110 common male female genital.gif
    ...y bladder. 5. Urachus. cl. Cloaca. cp. Elevation which becomes clitoris or penis. i. Lower part of the intestine. ls. Fold of integument from which the labi C. Bulbo-urethral gland of one side. cp. Corpora cavernosa penis cut short. e. Caput epididymis. g. The gubernaculum. i. Lower part of the i
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  • NOTE ON A CASE OF BIFID PENIS, WITH PENIAL HYPOSPADIA. By J. A. Pires ve Lima, Professor of Topographical On the mere inspection of the penis, this organ is found to be short and
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  • ...x|left]] This historic 1914 paper by deLima is an early description of a {{penis}} abnormality. '''Modern Notes:''' {{Hypospadia}} | {{penis}}
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  • File:Bailey343-344.jpg
    ...ge; Gen. sw., genital swelling; Gen. tub., genital tubercle; Gl. p., glans penis; Lab. ma., labium majus; Lab. mi., labiura minus; Ra., raphe of scrotum; Sc
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  • File:Bailey345-346.jpg
    ...ge; Gen. sw., genital swelling; Gen. tub., genital tubercle; Gl. p., glans penis; Lab. ma., labium majus; Lab. mi., labiura minus; Ra., raphe of scrotum; Sc
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  • File:Bailey347-348.jpg
    ...ge; Gen. sw., genital swelling; Gen. tub., genital tubercle; Gl. p., glans penis; Lab. ma., labium majus; Lab. mi., labiura minus; Ra., raphe of scrotum; Sc
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  • File:Gray0934.jpg
    ...tongue, and in the epineurium of nerve trunks. They are also found in the penis and the clitoris, and have received the name of genital corpuscles; in thes
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  • File:Ultrasound male.jpg
    Image shows an ultrasound of fetus with a penis and testes, indicating the male gender of the baby.
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  • File:Gray1110.jpg
    ...y bladder. 5. Urachus. cl. Cloaca. cp. Elevation which becomes clitoris or penis. i. Lower part of the intestine. ls. Fold of integument from which the labi C. Bulbo-urethral gland of one side. cp. Corpora cavernosa penis cut short. e. Caput epididymis. g. The gubernaculum. i. Lower part of the i
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  • File:Gray1110a.jpg
    ...y bladder. 5. Urachus. cl. Cloaca. cp. Elevation which becomes clitoris or penis. i. Lower part of the intestine. ls. Fold of integument from which the labi
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  • File:Gray1110c.jpg
    C. Bulbo-urethral gland of one side. cp. Corpora cavernosa penis cut short. e. Caput epididymis. g. The gubernaculum. i. Lower part of the i
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  • File:Gray0849.jpg
    ...ibuted to the prostate vesiculæ seminales and the corpora cavernosa of the penis and urethra. The nerves supplying the corpora cavernosa consist of two sets ...nis minores; small cavernous nerves) perforate the fibrous covering of the penis, near its root.
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  • File:BurnsOgryzlo1938 fig05.jpg
    ...embrane. R. — Rectum. Ug. — Urogenital sinus. Ur. — Urorectal septum. P. — Penis.
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  • ...of formation on the basis of microscopical sections of the human preputium penis at the second and a half month and fourth and a half month; and of the prep As a rule, the preputium penis is well developed at full time, completely covering the glans and usually p
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  • ...g|90px|left]] This historic 1935 paper describes development of the male {{penis}} {{prepuce}}. ...tractable in only about 1 in 20 boys. Innervation includes: somatosensory (penis dorsal nerve and branches of perineal nerve(, autonomic (pelvic plexus), an
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  • ...idge which extendeil from near the anus to the pubis on either side of the penis. ...he nunora was two mendjranous folds within th(> majora and surrounding the penis or enlarged glans clitoris. M this stage of the dissection, if one would di
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  • ...idge which extendeil from near the anus to the pubis on either side of the penis. ...he nunora was two mendjranous folds within th(> majora and surrounding the penis or enlarged glans clitoris. M this stage of the dissection, if one would di
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  • * most common penis abnormality (1 in 300) | on inferior surface of glans penis
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  • * most common penis abnormality (1 in 300) | on inferior surface of glans penis
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  • ...are: (1) The corpus cavernosum in males and females extends into the glans penis and clitoris, respectively, during the ambisexual stage (9 weeks) and thus External genitalia; Genital tubercle; Hypospadias; Penis; Prepuce; Urethra
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  • | G6: Penile urethra, emerging inferiorly to the glans penis. Scrotal swellings (appear before testis descends). | G7: Penile urethra, emerging inferiorly to the glans penis. Scrotal swellings (appear before testis descends).
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  • File:Gray0944.jpg
    ...oles of the feet, the dorsal surfaces of the terminal phalanges, the glans penis, the inner surface of the prepuce, and the inner surfaces of the labia. The
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  • | G6: Penile urethra, emerging inferiorly to the glans penis. Scrotal swellings (appear before testis descends). | G7: Penile urethra, emerging inferiorly to the glans penis. Scrotal swellings (appear before testis descends).
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  • ...the structure of the ductus deferens, seminal vesicle, prostate gland and penis. ==Penis Histology==
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  • ...of the testis, epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicle, prostate gland, penis, and sperm. The functional significance of the various histological structu ==Penis Histology==
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  • IV. The penis, 80
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  • The external male genitalia consists of the {{penis}} and scrotum containing the {{testis}}. ...bryology_19-4#Development_of_the_Penis_and_Scrotum|1912 Development of the Penis and Scrotum]] | [[Paper - Notes on the development of the prepuce (1935)|19
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  • File:Gray0321.jpg
    ...ogenital diaphragm by an opening through which the deep dorsal vein of the penis passes into the pelvis.
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  • d. penis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dorsalis penis. d. penis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dorsalis penis.
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  • * base of glans penis * bulb of {{penis}}
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  • inal Vesicle 394 emission ; ( 3) external genitalia, the penis
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  • ...bone; navicular fossa of urethra = dilated terminal portion of urethra in penis; navicular fossa of vaginal vestibule.
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  • ...nile urethra. This condition may present with poor stream, swelling of the penis, megacystis, oligohydramnios, renal failure, or pulmonary hypoplasia.''
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  • These images are a series of cross-sections through the fetal penis showing the developing urethra.
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  • | G6: Penile urethra, emerging inferiorly to the glans penis. Scrotal swellings (appear before testis descends). | G7: Penile urethra, emerging inferiorly to the glans penis. Scrotal swellings (appear before testis descends).
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  • Urethra and Penis.
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  • first sight each of them looked like a penis. But, on careful examination, these
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  • | G6: Penile urethra, emerging inferiorly to the glans penis. Scrotal swellings (appear before testis descends). | G7: Penile urethra, emerging inferiorly to the glans penis. Scrotal swellings (appear before testis descends).
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  • ...undescended testes (cryptorchidism), (hypospadias), or an unusually small penis (micropenis). ...an eunuchoid habitus with long legs, sparse body hair, small testicles and penis, hypergonadotropic hypogonadism, and gynecomastia. IQ level is in the range
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  • Ultrasonography in rendering mode, at {{GA}} 33 weeks, with short penis and with evidence of testicles inside a bifid scrotum. * most common penis abnormality (1 in 300)
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  • Urethra and Penis.
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  • ...stibule. The neurovascular anatomy is similar in both the developing human penis and clitoris and is the key to successful surgical reconstructions." ...the male, the female phallus retains a more conical outline than does the penis of the male.
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  • ...lower end of the mammary lines. At first sight each of them looked like a penis. But, on careful examination, these were found to be outgrowths from the sk
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  • ...e male births. Development of the genital tubercle, the precursor of the {{penis}} and clitoris, is regulated by the urethral plate epithelium, an endoderma ...are: (1) The corpus cavernosum in males and females extends into the glans penis and clitoris, respectively, during the ambisexual stage (9 weeks) and thus
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  • ===Surgical anatomy of the penis in hypospadias: magnetic resonance imaging study of the tissue planes, vess To report the surgical anatomy of the penis in hypospadias with study of vessels in relation to fascial planes, glans,
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  • Hypospadias are the most common penis abnormality (1 in 300) and result from a failure of male urogenital folds t Ultrasonography in rendering mode, at {{GA}} 33 weeks, with short penis and with evidence of testicles inside a bifid scrotum.
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  • on the body of the penis and persists only as a narrow cleft in front of the
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  • ...y male. The ostium urogenitale is situated about midway on the body of the penis and persists only as a narrow cleft in front of the closed inner genital fo
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