surgical castration involving the removal of one or both of the testes.
Operation to remove a testicle.
The surgical removal of the testicles, also called orchiectomy.
An operation to remove the testicle. See testicular cancer section.
The surgical removal of the of one or both testes.
the surgical removal of one or both testicles.
an operation for the removal of the testes, performed under local or general anaesthetic
excision of a testis. Also called orchiectomy. A bilateral orchidectomy is commonly called castration.
removal of the testicles, popularly known as castration. A treatment for advanced prostate cancer. The operation stops the production of most testosterone, the male hormone that feeds the cancer.
Surgery to remove one or both testes
A surgical procedure where a boy's testis or testes are removed due to failure to descend.
(Also Orchiectomy) A type of operation which removes the testicles, but usually leaves the scrotal sac or scrotum.
The surgical removal of a testicle
Surgery to remove one or both testicles. Also called orchiectomy.