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Introduction: Torsion

Description of Torsion

Torsion (medical condition): Usually refers to the twisting of the spermatic cord (testicular torsion) but may also refer to twisting of the ovaries ...more

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Torsion: A twisting or rotation of a bodily part or member on its axis.
Source: MeSH 2007

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Torsion as a Disease

Torsion (medical condition): See Torsion (disease information).
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Torsion: Related Diseases

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Torsion: Related Disease Topics

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Hierarchical classifications of Torsion

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