The removal of testes on a male animal to prevent unwanted reproduction
Surgical removal of the testes; sterilization of the male.
Removal of gonads or their destruction as by radiation.
The surgical removal of the testicles of the male cat. Altering should be performed after the sixth or seventh? month or when the vet advises. Contrary to popular belief, altering your cat WILL NOT make it fat
removing of male sex organs
the removal of the male reproductive organs.
Removal of all or some of the genital organs of a man or animal in order to make him unable to procreate.
To remove the gonads, such as the testicles, making the male unable to have children.
Originally, surgical removal of the testes (see "Orchiectomy"). As now used, the term includes elimination of testicular function by administering certain antiandrogen drugs.
To remove the testes of. Emasculate.
the use of surgical or chemical techniques to eliminate testosterone produced by the testes
The removal of male reproductive organs (testicles) to reduce sexual activity and increase fattening of meat animals.
neutering a male animal by removing the testicles
surgical removal of the testes or ovaries (usually to inhibit hormone secretion in cases of breast cancer in women or prostate cancer in men); "bilateral castration results in sterilization"
desexing (neutering) a male cat by removal of the male reproductive organs (testes, epididymis, parts of the vas deferens)
Eliminating the supply of the male hormone, testosterone, either by surgery to remove the testicles or by hormonal drugs.
removal of the testes, which causes sterility.
The surgical removal of reproductive organs (in males and females)
Removal of testes or elimination of testicular funcion with antiandrogen drugs.
Extraction of testes of a male animal.
Surgical removal of the testicles or genitals.
Removal or destruction of the testicles or ovaries using radiation, surgery, or drugs. Medical castration refers to the use of drugs to suppress the function of the ovaries or testicles.
treatment that suppresses testosterone production. Castration can be achieved surgically (orchiectomy) or medically (using an LHRH-analog).
Surgery to remove the testicles; the medical term is orchiectomy.
Removal of the testicles of a male to make him sterile.
The surgical removal of the testes.
Destruction of the testes by radiation, surgery or other means
The removal of the testes or ovaries. In popular use, also refers to the amputation of the penis.
Removal of a male animal's testicles, a common practice in cattle raising. This prevents males with undesirable qualities from breeding and causes the animals to be less aggressive.
castrare, to castrate], the surgical excision of one or both testicles or ovaries
The removal of the testes; also called bilateral orchiectomy.
Removal of the gonads, often referring to removal of the testes of a male animal.
the use of surgical or medical techniques to lower the level of testosterone in the male to zero or near zero.
Removal of the lone genital glands or all of the male's sexual device. The Women can practice the castration of a male when it is not anymore useful to the reproduction, when, for different reasons, they wish to forbid him definitively the sexual act or, again, eventually, when it was unfaithful. Lesbian owners are entitled to castrate their males before any domestic use.
RENDER THE TESTICLES INOPERABLE BY SURGERY
Surgical removal of the gonads; in the male, removal of the testes; in the female, removal of the ovaries.
Castration (also referred as: gelding, neutering, orchiectomy, orchidectomy, and oophorectomy) is any action, surgical, chemical, or otherwise, by which a male loses the functions of the testes or a female loses the functions of the ovaries.