Macroorchidism is a disorder found in males where a subject has abnormally large testes. The condition is commonly inherited in connection with fragile X syndrome, which is also the second most common genetic cause of mental disabilities. The opposite side of the spectrum is called microorchidism, which is the condition of abnormally small testes.
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