Reliability of hydrogen storage tanks is dramatically affected by the mechanical efficiency of the container materials in the hydrogen environment. The motion additionally turns the spermatic cable that links to the testicle. Inside this cable are vessels that bring blood to the testicle. Torsion can reduce or slow off blood circulation to the testicle. An absence of blood makes the affected testicle swell and become painful. Testicular torsion is a clinical emergency situation. You need to be treated as soon as possible to avoid infertility and other complications, and to save the testicle. The 2 testes sit in a bag that hangs below the penis. It's called the scrotum. The spermatic cable connects the testicles to the body. Normally, the testicles are connected to the within the scrotum so they don't move around. Some men are born without the tissue that holds their testicles in position. Without this tissue, their testicles are free to move around inside the scrotum. This is called a bell clapper defect. Because the connecting tissue hasn't yet formed, infants can get testicular torsion. You're more likely to have testicular torsion if you: Are in between the ages of 12 and 16; Often do intense exercise; Injure your testicles; Are subjected to the cold; Have a development eruption of the testicles throughout puberty; Had testicular torsion in the previous or someone in your family has.
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