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NWHSU Mash GA2Q3 Rep

NWHSU GA 2 Quiz 3 Reproduction

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What structure is related to the posterior surface of the prostate gland? Recturm
What structure is associated with the base of the prostate? Neck of the urinary bladder
What is the first part of the male urethra? Prostatic urethra
Depression just lateral to the colliculus seminalis? Prostatic sinuses
Part of male duct system which passes through the prostate and into the urethra. Ejaculatory duct
Define location of the median lobe of the prostate. Midline, posterior to urethra, superior to ejaculatory ducts
Define location of the posterior lobe of the prostate. In Midline, Posterior to urethra and inferior to ejaculatory duct
Define the isthmus of the prostate. The anterior lobe or isthmus, in midline, anterior to urethra and devoid of glands.
Homologue of the female vagina, formerly thought to be homologue of uterus. Prostatic utricle
Counting the outer skin of the anterior scrotum as the first layer, give the fourth layer thorugh which a penetrating item would pass. Cremaster
Counting the outer skin of the anterior scrotum as 1st layer, give the sixth layer through which a penetrating item would pass. tunica vaginalis
Give the composition of the head of the epididymis. efferent ducts and proximal ductus epididymis
Approximate length of ductus epididymis. 20-23 ft (6-8 m)
Component applied to most of the external surface of the tunica albuginia of the testis? Visceral layer Tunica vaginalis
Specific named part of broad ligament that forms it's inferior aspect. Mesometrium
Fold of skin formed by labia minora; forms a hood over most of the clitoris. Prepuce
Specific part of broad ligament surrounding the uterine tube. Mesosalpinx
Define the cardinal ligament. In your answer include: structural composition, specific location, alternate name, and specific part of organ to which it is attached. Connective Tissue, In Base (Inferior Part) of Broad Ligament, Lateral cervical ligament, Isthmus (of uterus)
Give all structural components forming the broad ligament. The anterior and posterior sheets of peritoneum approximate one another, and extend from the uterus to the lateral pelvic wall.
Landmark through which the tendon of the obturator internus exits the pelvis. Lesser sciatic foramen
From what components does the suspensory ligament of the clitoris arise? Deep fascia of lower abdomen
Define the pudendal cleft. Space between labia majora
From what components does the prepuce of the clitoris arise? Labia Minora
Female homologue of proximal part of the corpus spongiosum. Vestibular bulb
Besides skin and fascia, name two structures located within the labia majora. round ligament of uterus, greater vestivular glands, bulbospongiosus m., vestibular bulbs
A patient presents with a ruptured bulbar penile urethra. The deep fascia of the perineum is not damaged. In which area(s) would you expect urine to collect during micturition? Penis
Part of the levator ani that prevents incontinence. Puborectalis
List three differently named structures located in the deep perineal space of the male. external urethral sphincter, deep transverse perineal muscle, bulbourethral (Cowper's) glands
Component which forms the arcus tendineus. Obturator Fascia is thickened from pubis to ischial spine
The part of the levitator ani that arises from the arcus tendeneus. Iliococcygeus
Part of pelvic diaphragm which originates off the ischial spine and sacrotuberous ligament. Coccygeus
The anterior recesses of the ischiorectal fossa are located superiorly and inferiorly between what two structures? Deep perineal pouch and levator ani (or pelvic diaphragm)
Define the crura of the perineum. corpus cavernosa attached to urogenital structures
List two different muscles occupying the superficial perineal space. ischiocavernosus, bulbospongiosus, superficial transverse perineal muscles
Besides the pudendal nerve, give the sources of innervation to the anal triangle. Perineal branch of S4, perineal branches of the posterior femoral cutaneous nerve
Discuss in detail the course taken by the internal pudendal artery and pudendal nerve as they exit the pelvis and pass through the anal canal. Exits pelvis through greater sciatic foramen/notch, Cross over ischial spine, Enters anal triangle through lesser sciatic foramen/notch, Enters pudendal (Alcock's) canal
besides lymphatics and nerves, give three specific structures located within the spermatic cord. Give the name of the their immediate covering. Ductus deferens, artery to ductus deferens, testicular artery, papiniform plexus of veins, vein of ductus deferens. Surrounded by internal spermatic fascia
Name and define the normal positions of the uterus. Anteverted : tilted forward from vagina, Anteflexed:uterus curved (on itself) anteriorly
What lies immediately medial to the anterior half of the uterosacral ligament? Rectouterine pouch
Forms superior boundary of the perineum. Pelvic diaphragm
What structure is related to the apex of the prostate? deep perineal pouch
What structure is related to the inferolateral surface of the prostate? levitator ani muscle
Muscle lining the posterior wall of the pelvis. Piriformis
Structure forming the posterolateral border of the anal triangle. Sacrotuberous ligaments
Name give to Camper's fascia in the perineal region. Superficial layer of the superficial perineal fascia
What fascial layer is also known as Buck's fascia? Deep fascia of clitoris/penis
What is the position of the right testis when compared to the left (higher or lower)? Higher
What is the derivation of the cremaster muscle? Internal oblique muscle and fascia
Makes of the greatest part of the uterine tube, it is thin walled. Ampulla
Landmark through which the tendon of the obturator externus exits the pelvis. Lesser sciatic foramen
Forms the anterior boundary of the anal triangle. A line passing through the ischial tuberosities
Forms the upper limit (roof) of the deep perineal space. Anterior recess
Structure forming the inferior limit of the deep perineal space. Perineal membrane
Name given to abdominal Scarpa's fascia in the perineal region. Deep layer of the superficial perineal fascia (Colles)
The ____ fascia of the perineum is not continuous with the dartos of the scrotum. deep
Draw a simple picture of the colliculus seminal is and label correctly the position of components present on it. Prostatic Utricle, Ejaculatory Ducts, Prostatic Sinus
Scarpa's fascia of the abdomen continues into the perineum as the _____layer of the _______perineal fascia, formerly known as ______fascia. Anteromedially, this fascia is continuous with the ________. Deep, Superficial, Colles', Dartos m.
Name two branches of the perineal artery. transverse perineal artery and posterior labial/scrotal artery
The internal pudendal artery terminates as: Dorsal artery of penis or clitoris, Deep artery of penis or clitoris
Using an outline format, name all the branches and subbranches of the pudendal nerve. 1.Inferior Rectal N 2. Perineal N a. posterio labial/scrotal nn b. deeep branches 3. Dorsal N of clitoris/penis
The deep dorsal vein of the penis/clitoris enters the pelvis bw what ligaments? Transverse perineal and inferior pubic ligament
Created by: AnatomyMash on 2013-03-07



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