Orchidometer

An orchidometer (or orchiometer) is a medical instrument used to measure the volume of the testicles. The orchidometer was introduced in 1966 by Swiss pediatric endocrinologist Prof. Andrea Prader of the University of Zurich. It consists of a string of twelve numbered wooden or plastic beads of increasing size from about 1 to 25 millilitres. Docto...
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orchidometer

1. A caliper device used to measure the size of testes. ... 2. A set of sized models of testes for comparison of testicular development. ... Origin: orchido-+ G. Metron, measure ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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orchidometer

instrument for measuring the size of the testicles
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orchidometer

orchidometer 1. A caliper device used to measure the size of the testes. 2. A set of sized models of testes for comparison of testicular development.
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orchidometer

Type: Term Pronunciation: ōr′ki-dom′ĕ-tĕr Definitions: 1. A caliper device used to measure the size of testes. 2. A set of sized models of testes for comparison of testicular development. Synonyms: Prader orchidometer
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