How to Kick a Guy in the Balls: An Illustrated Guide
Blunt trauma can cause testicular torsion, where the spermatic cord becomes twisted and blood supply to the testicle is cut off. This quickly results in ischemia or testicular infarction and tissue death—an extremely dangerous condition if left untreated.
Jezebel - Wed, 12 Nov 2014 09:25

Nothing ever hurt so good
To that I would say try a kidney stone or testicular torsion, or, as I now know from a horrific experience this week, try a pinched nerve in your back that transfers the pain down to your leg. This was pure, fiery agony straight from the top shelf of ... - Fri, 14 Nov 2014 07:56

6 Of The Most Insultingly Stupid Gaming Accessories Available Today
Running till your thighs bleed and doing deadlifts to the point of testicular torsion isn't meant to be something encouraged by our limited physiology, and making me do it while simultaneously racing horribly-rendered jets skis on an iPad only pours ...
GIZORAMA - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 07:28

Using a NIRS device to detect testicular torsion quickly at bedside
A recent case study published in the Canadian Urological Association Journal demonstrates the potential for a non-invasive bedside method of detecting testicular torsion. Testicular torsion is a surgical emergency due to the risk of testicular loss if ...
iMedicalApps - Fri, 20 Jun 2014 05:57

Friendly 'Ball Tap' Leaves Teen Permanently Infertile: What Is Testicular Torsion?
According to the Urology Care Foundation, testicular torsion occurs when tissue surrounding the testicle is separated from the scrotum. This twisting of the testicle can cause a strangulation of its blood supply. If blood supply is not restored within ...
Medical Daily - Fri, 09 May 2014 10:58

Medicine guidelines: Know how quick to treat
Another thing that requires quick attention is testicular torsion, or twisted testicle, especially in young kids and young adults as it can affect fertility, Calton said. Taking oral steroids within 72 hours of developing Bell's Palsy can reduce ...
Standard-Examiner - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 07:37

Use of Pulse Oximetry to Evaluate Testicular Pain
Investigators in Taiwan speculated that pulse oximetry could identify testicular torsion (TT), allowing for more timely and appropriate intervention. For the study, investigators prospectively enrolled consecutive boys scheduled to undergo surgical ...
AAP Grand Rounds (subscription) - Fri, 01 Aug 2014 01:03

Paralyzed man walks again after nose cells repair his spinal cord
After undergoing surgery to transplant cells from his nose to his spinal cord, a paralyzed man from Poland is able to walk again. The procedure effectively provided a "bridge" over the injury site so nerve cells - encouraged by the special nose cells ...
Medical News Today - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 03:02

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