Inflammation of the testes.
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- inflammation of one or both testes
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Inflammation of the testes, sometimes in association with an infection such as mumps.
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inflammation of a testicle, which can be caused by infection with the mumps virus
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Inflammation of the testes, manifested by swelling and tenderness, usually infectious, sometimes the result of trauma.
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Inflammation affecting the testis.
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Orchitis: Inflammation of the testis (male sex organ). There are many causes of inflammation of the testis including infections (such as mumps), diseases (such as polyarteritis nodosa), or injury. Also called orchiditis.
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[ New Latin , from Greek ... a testicle + -itis
Inflammation of the testicles.
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<pathology> Inflammation of a testis. The disease is marked by pain, swelling and a feeling of weight. It may occur idiopathically or it may be associated with conditions such as mumps, gonorrhoea, filarial disease, syphilis or tuberculosis. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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inflammation of one or both testes; characterized by pain and swelling
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(or-ki´tis) inflammation of a testis, which occurs occasionally in infectious diseases such as syphilis, tuberculosis, glanders, leprosy, and certain parasitic diseases. It usually accompanies epididymitis. Acute orchitis may also occur in diseases such as typhoid fever, pneumonia, or mumps in adult males. The symptoms of acu...
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• (n.) Inflammation of the testicles.
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inflammation and swelling of the testes as a result of infection or physical injury. The testes are a pair of organs located in the scrotum of the ... [1 related articles]
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(orchio- + -itis) inflammation of a testis. The disease is marked by pain, swelling, and a feeling of weight. It may occur idiopathically, or it may be associated with conditions such as mumps, gonorrhoea, filarial disease, syphilis, or tuberculosis.
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orchitis Inflammation of the testis. The disease is marked by pain, swelling, and a feeling of weight. It may occur idiopathically, or it may be associated with conditions such as mumps, gonorrhea, filarial disease, syphilis, or tuberculosis.
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orchiditis, orchitis, orchitic Inflammation of the testis.
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Inflammation and swelling of one or both testicles. Pain is often present. The condition can lead to infertility or decreased testosterone production.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: ōr-kī′tis Definitions: 1. Inflammation of the testis. Synonyms: orchiditis, testitis
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Inflammatory disease of the testicle.
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Orchitis s or orchiditis s (from the Ancient Greek ὄρχις meaning `testicle`; same root as orchid) is inflammation of the testes. It can also involve swelling, heavy pains and frequent infection, and is more rarely known as didymitis (as in epididymis). ==Symptoms== Symptoms of orchitis are similar to those of testicular torsion. These can ..
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Inflammation of the testicles.
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Inflammation (or infection) of a testicle
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Inflammation of the testicle.
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