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Private Parts: A Doctor's Guide to the Male Anatomy by Yosh Taguchi (1989-04-29)

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  • By 717rkulevich on February 28, 2011

    Didn't explain my problem--i.e. red spots on scrotum. Turned out to be hemmorhagic pallpalonia, not serious at all. But, most topics in the book were pretty simple answers to pretty simple questions--things easy to find out about things. Seems to me that the author just wanted to get his name in print. Wasn't impressed.

  • By Mark Carpenter on November 30, 2010

    I'm a male and have been living inside my body for 56 years, and I *still* learned several new things from this book - including some questions which I'd had for ages but felt too embarrassed to ask, as well as questions about procedures I'd had either at the doctor's office or in the hospital.I got the book to find out about certain physiological changes which happen to guys as we age, as well as to find out why I would have gotten a prostate infection following knee surgery and why I got so sick from it. This book answered both those questions (and a lot more).A lot of the book is clinical, and somewhat cut-and-dried -- but as a reference to get answers for those questions which guys can be a little embarrassed to ask, this is a very handy book!

  • By Harry Haute on April 8, 2015

    Everything you'd want to know about the stuff down there, LOL.

  • By Donald Schiff on April 9, 2015

    Useless information 30 years out of date.

  • By Hoplon Casidy on April 18, 2011

    The book is useful and had some info but on the whole it needs a revision as the treatments for cancer have changed since the 80's.


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