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  • Prostate Cancer : A Common Type Of Cancer

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    Introduction Testicular cancer is a very common type of cancer found in men. I have decided to write my research paper on this subject, as it has affected one of my very close friends. I spent most a year learning about this disease from his detection, exams, treatment and ultimately, surgery. During and after his surgery I took on the role of being his primary caregiver, providing him with emotional and physical support. This cancer was extremely sudden and in the end caused various traumatic

  • Discussion Of The NIPE Case Study

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    In this essay, the author will focus on this aspect of the NIPE, with a focal point of undescended testes, cryptorchidism. This will include: exploring the anatomy and physiology of the testes; the importance of communication surrounding the NIPE, whilst illustrating the acknowledgement of cultural and religious beliefs. Finally, the author will explore the implications of cryptorchidism both as an infant and throughout the infant’s life. To comply with confidentiality the author uses a pseudonym

  • Wilms Tumor Suppressor Gene Case Study

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    and 2: Cases 1 and 2 are 6- and 5-month-old boys, respectively. They both had hypospadias since birth, and were referred to our hospital. Severe hypospadias, micropenis, and bifid scrotum were observed in each case, but no vulvar pigmentation or cryptorchidism. On further examination, palpation revealed abdominal tumors in each patient, and abdominal contrast CT showed bilateral tumorous kidney lesions. Both Case 1 and Case 2 were diagnosed with Wilms tumor. WT1 sequence analysis identified c.1201delA

  • Essay On Congenital Hypopituitarism

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    different patients. In our case patient presented with septic shock, persistent hypoglycemia , seizures, hypothermia and jaundice Blizzard and Albert’s3 first reported Congenital Hypopituitarism in 1956, which described a newborn with microphallus and cryptorchidism, presented with apneic and cyanotic spells in the first few hours of life and died within 24hours.. Our patient presented in the one and half month age hours of life in septic shock with

  • Mann And Russel's Seckel Syndrome

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    abnormalities regarding growth are- Prenatal onset of marked growth deficiency. Average birth weight at term is 1543g (1000 to 2005g) Mean postnatal growth is 1543 deficiency is -7.1 SD +/- 2.08. One adult was 104 cm. Delayed bone age. Genitalia showing Cryptorchidism. In Craniofacies abnormalities are: Microcephaly with secondary premature synostosis. In one-half of cases, head circumference is more retarded than height, while for the remainder it is as retarded as height. Receding forehead. Prominent nose

  • A Case Of Prune Belly Syndrome : A Rare Case Report

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    labour with no previous antenatal visit. The anomalies are then detected only when they cause obstructed labour. Prune belly syndrome is a rare congenital disease which is characterized by a triad of abdominal wall muscle abnormalities, bilateral cryptorchidism and urinary tract abnormalities. It is also

  • Selecting Stallions for Breeding

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    Efficient and effective breeding is dependent on the performance of the Stallion and the mare. Adequate knowledge of the Stallion anatomy keeps one at good point to make good decision on selecting Stallion that will perform above average (Graffin, 2000, Morris & Allen, 2002) The records of the history of Stallion is a basic tool to understanding the past of the stallion and that makes it easier to evaluate its present. It should be an eye opener to the accurate age, breed type, sexual experience

  • Anesthesia Aid Aspirations

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    there’s no progress”. She told me to go after my dream and to figure out what I am passionate about. I thought about this phrase and I asked myself why Anesthesia Assistance. What sparks my interest in anesthesia was when I had my first surgery for cryptorchidism at the age of 10. I was very terrified going into the surgery, but the anesthesiologist ensured me that everything will be okay. Before I realize, the operation was over. How the anesthesiologist was able to calm me down and ensure comfort has

  • Testicular Cancer Research Paper

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    Testicular Cancer Testicular cancer is a cancer that only occurs on men. This cancer forms in the testicles, or testes, of a male. The testicles are positioned inside of the scrotum which is next to the penis and looks like a bag of skin. The purpose of the testicles is to produce sperm and they contain sex hormones. “Reproductive bodies called germ cells develop into sperm through a process of cellular division called meiosis (4).” Normally cell division is regulated but in testicular cancer

  • Klinefelter Syndrome Research Papers

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    to delayed or incomplete puberty, breast enlargement (gynecomastia), reduced facial and body hair, and an inability to have biological children (infertility). Some affected individuals also have genital differences including undescended testes (cryptorchidism), the opening of the urethra on the underside of the penis (hypospadias), or an unusually small penis (micropenis). Hopefully all of the information above helped you understand and be aware of Klinefelter Syndrome. Above, there was information