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Hydrocele occurs when there is a collection of fluid inside the scrotum. This causes one of the testicles to look larger than the other. Hydroceles are often found in newborn baby boys, especially those who are born prematurely.
WHO revise treatment guidelines of lymphatic filariasis due to CWRU-led study

WHO revise treatment guidelines of lymphatic filariasis due to CWRU-led study

LSTM researchers find new way to reduce treatment for some parasitic diseases

LSTM researchers find new way to reduce treatment for some parasitic diseases

Pregnant woman's exposure to phthalates linked to genital abnormalities in newborn boys

Pregnant woman's exposure to phthalates linked to genital abnormalities in newborn boys

WHO unveils new strategy to fight some of the most neglected tropical diseases

WHO unveils new strategy to fight some of the most neglected tropical diseases

Antegrade scrotal sclerotherapy for treating primary varicocele in children

Antegrade scrotal sclerotherapy for treating primary varicocele in children