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  • Penile agenesis is also known by other names, such as aphallia. The Greek words “a” for “not” and “phallia” for “phallus” were combined to create the English word “aphallia” (penis). This suggests the penis. Urogenital anomalies are associated with penile agenesis, a very uncommon disorder. A congenital abnormality is when the penis is completely missing in a male newborn. Although most of the time it is, there are some difficult situations where it might not be.

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