Removal by surgery of one or more testicles. See "Castration."
a common treatment for testicular cancer
a very simple surgical procedure in which a small incision is made to remove the testicles from the scrotum
Any action, surgical or otherwise, by which a biological male loses use of the testes
A surgical procedure to treat testicular cancer in which the doctor removes one or both testicles through an incision (cut) in the groin.
Surgery to remove a testicle.
the surgical removal of the testicles; surgical castration
the surgical removal of the testes, the major source of male hormones.
A surgical form of hormonal therapy that involves the removal of all or part of the testes, thus shutting down the production of testicular testosterone (also known as surgical castration).
Surgery to remove the testicles.
The surgical removal of one or both testicles. Also called castration.
The surgical removal of one or both of the testicles.
Castration. Surgical removal of the testicle or hormone-producing testicular tissue. alpation In a rectal examination (see below), the doctor carries out an examination by touch (palpation).
A simple operation that involves surgical removal of the testicles, which produce most of the bodyâ€(tm)s testosterone.
Surgical removal of one or both testes.
surgery to remove one or both testicles. Also called orchidectomy.
The surgical removal of the testicles to prevent the production of the hormone testosterone.
The deliberate surgical removal of the testes.
A form of hormone therapy, this is the surgical removal of the testes.
Surgical removal of a testicle
(or-kee-EK-toe-mee): Surgery to remove one or both testicles.
Surgical removal of a single testis or of both the testes.