• The male genital organs are classified into 2 types- external and internal.

From surgical and clinical perspective, the male external genital organs contain these structures:

  • Penis.
  • Scrotum.
  • Testes.
  • Epididymis.
  • Spermatic cords.

The surgeons and doctors normally analyze these structures during clinical practice to diagnose a number of ailments related to them, specifically, phimosis, cancer glans penis, hydrocele, varicocele, hernias, testicular tumor, etc. The surgical procedures related to these structures (example, circumcision, herniorrhaphy, etc.) are also typically performed by the surgeons.

External and internal male genital organs.

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Axiom: In men, the physical examination of the abdomen isn’t whole with no evaluation of external genitalia.