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Dihydrotestosterone - (di-hy-dro-tes-tos-ter-one)

An androgen (male sex hormone) that is derived from the hormone testosterone. DHT is responsible for the formation of male primary sexual characteristics during embryonic life. It is responsible for the development of most secondary sexual characteristics in males at puberty. It continues to be important for male sexual function throughout adult life.

Dislocation - (dis-location)

Displacement of a bone from its normal position (in a joint)

Dorsal - (Dorsal)

Relating to the upper back or ribcage

Dyspepsia - (dys-pep-sia)

Another term for gastritis

Dysthymia - (dis-thai-mia)

A disorder characterised by chronic, mildly depressed or irritable mood, often accompanied by other symptoms like appetite and sleeping disturbances, fatigue, etc.

Echinacea - (E-ki-na-ce-a)

A North American perennial herb used in herbal medicine, mainly for its antibiotic and wound-healing properties

Ejaculation - (ej-acu-la-shun)

The discharge of semen in males

Electrodesiccation - (elec-tro-des-ic-ca-tion)

The process of the drying up of tissue by a high-frequency electric current applied with a needle-shaped electrode

Endocrinologist - (en-do-cri-no-lo-gist)

A doctor specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of endocrine (hormone secreting) glands

Endoscope - (en-do-scope)

A thin, flexible tube with a tiny camera at one end; used to visualise the interior of a body organ such as stomach, intestine, colon, sinus, etc., also used for procedures such as taking a biopsy, or performing a surgery

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