Removal of testis, Biology

REMOVAL OF TESTIS -

It is male hypogonadism.

(1) BEFORE PUBERTY -

Cestration before puberty results in permanent sterility. This condition is eunuchoidism & shows the following conditions-

1. No growth of hair on the face & trunk.

2. Growth of larynx is arrested which results in high pitch voice.

3. Body configuration resembles the adult female due to abnormal deposition of fat on buttocks, hips, pubis & breasts.

4. Muscles remain soft & poorly developed.

5. Penis, scrotum, seminal vesicle & prostate gland remain small.

(2) AFTER PUBERTY -

Atrophy of seminal vesicle & prostate gland.

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