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    Unusual Case by William A. Morton, Jr, MDFrom "Medical Aspects Of Human Sexuality" July, 1991 p. 15Scrotum Self-RepairOne morning, I was called to the emergency room by the head ER nurse. She directed me to a patient who had refused to describe his problem other than to say that he "needed a doctor who took care of men's troubles." The patient, about 40, was pale, febrile, and obviously uncomfortable, and had little to say as he gingerly opened his trousers to expose a bit of angry red skin and black-and-blue scrotal skin.After I asked the nurse to leave us, the patient permitted me to remove his trousers, shorts, and two or three yards of foul-smelling stained gauze wrapped about his scrotum, which was swollen to twice the size of a grapefruit and extremely tender. A jagged zig-zag laceration, oozing pus and blood, extended down the left scrotum.Amid the matted hair, edematous skin, and various exudates, I saw some half-buried dark linear objects and asked the more...

    A man with a womb  a rare medical phenomenon is being treated at the
    Kandy General Hospital. The womb, complete with the fallopian tubes
    and ovaries, was found in his stomach when he was operated on for
    cancer.
    The patient, in his early thirties, had been treated for a cancer for
    the past one and a half months.' The various tests done had pointed to
    a malignancy in the stomach. The treatment had reduced the lump in his
    stomach, but it had grown later on. The scan showed a lump in his
    stomach,' one doctor said.
    'There was no physical abnormality. He was a normal male. He had no
    sign of femininity. He had a male organ but no testis. We believe the
    testis are in the abdomen area. The testis were pasted to the womb,'
    he said.
    The patient had been married for around eight years but has no
    children.

    A gynaecologist, commenting on this rare medical phenomenon said' One
    person can develop both organs, more...

    Unusual Case by William A. Morton, Jr, MDFrom "Medical Aspects Of Human Sexuality" July, 1991 p. 15Scrotum Self-RepairOne morning, I was called to the emergency room by the head ER nurse. She directed me to a patient who had refused to describe his problem other than to say that he "needed a doctor who took care of men's troubles." The patient, about 40, was pale, febrile, and obviously uncomfortable, and had little to say as he gingerly opened his trousers to expose a bit of angry red skin and black-and-blue scrotal skin. After I asked the nurse to leave us, the patient permitted me to remove his trousers, shorts, and two or three yards of foul-smelling stained gauze wrapped about his scrotum, which was swollen to twice the size of a grapefruit and extremely tender. A jagged zig-zag laceration, oozing pus and blood, extended down the left scrotum. Amid the matted hair, edematous skin, and various exudates, I saw some half-buried dark linear objects and asked the more...

    The attached was sent to me by a medical associate. It's not terribly funny but somewhat amusing. All I can say is: "OUCH!!!"
    One morning I was called to the emergency room by the head ER nurse. She directed me to a patient who had refused to describe his problem other than to say that he "needed a doctor who took care of men's problems." The patient was pale, febrile, feverish and obviously uncomfortable, and had little to say as he gingerly opened his trousers to expose a bit of torn, black and blue scrotal skin.
    After I asked the nurse to leave us, the patient permitted me to remove his trousers, shorts and two or three yards of foul smelling stained gauze, wrapped about his scrotum, which was swollen to twice the size of a grapefruit and extremely tender. A jagged laceration, oozing pus and blood, extended down the left scrotum.
    Amid the matted hair, edematous (swollen) skin and various exudates, I saw some half buried dark linear objects and asked more...

    Unusual Case by William A. Morton, Jr, MD
    From "Medical Aspects Of Human Sexuality" July, 1991 p. 15
    Scrotum Self-Repair
    One morning, I was called to the emergency room by the head ER nurse. She directed me to a patient who had refused to describe his problem other than to say that he "needed a doctor who took care of men's troubles." The patient, about 40, was pale, febrile, and obviously uncomfortable, and had little to say as he gingerly opened his trousers to expose a bit of angry red skin and black-and-blue scrotal skin.
    After I asked the nurse to leave us, the patient permitted me to remove his trousers, shorts, and two or three yards of foul-smelling stained gauze wrapped about his scrotum, which was swollen to twice the size of a grapefruit and extremely tender. A jagged zig-zag laceration, oozing pus and blood, extended down the left scrotum.
    Amid the matted hair, edematous skin, and various exudates, I saw some half-buried dark linear more...

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