Testicular Atrophy in Intact Males

An intact male dog or cat is not neutered, also known as testicular atrophy, which means that the male reproductive organs diminish in size and may be accompanied by loss of function. Testicular atrophy in intact males can occur in both dogs and cats and is characterized by the shrinking of one or both testes. There are several health issues that can cause testicular atrophy in intact males including high environmental temperatures, fever, scrotal dermatitis, scrotal edema and periorchitis. Other causes include chemotherapy, advanced ageing, epididymitis, tumors and various medications.

Testicular Atrophy in Intact Males

Testicular Atrophy in Intact Males Affects

  • Dogs
  • Cats

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