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what does testicular means??

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thats a good answer indeed owlfred...Its an important body part of a human male,( can expand to the whole animal kingdom) An individual will never die of testicles but he cannot reproduce his generation of his own true.....So anything pertaining to your testicles becomes testicular, you should search for testicle in Google rather than testicular.
Something pertaining to male Gonad-TESTES. Usually this term is used to express something like a mass/tumour arising from testis(testiticular tumour).

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