Polyorchidism more than two testes is a rare condition and most commonly involves a bifid or duplicated testis with a single epididymis with a uniform surrounding tunica albuginea fig 1114 1617 less common is a complete duplication of the testis and epididymis. Testicular disorders the testicles produce the male reproductive cells and male hormones including testosterone disorders of the testes can lead to serious complications including hormonal imbalances sexual dysfunction and infertility. The primary nih organization for research on testicular disorders is the national institute of diabetes and digestive and kidney diseases disclaimers medlineplus links to health information from the national institutes of health and other federal government agencies
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