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Benign Testicular Diseases



Dr. Reynolds
Because the testicles hang outside the body and are not protected by bones or muscles, they are particularly susceptible to injury, or trauma.

Dr. Green
Other benign, or non-cancerous, conditions that can affect the testicles include testicular torsion, inflammation or infection, hydroceles, spermatoceles, and hypogonadism.