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A Chabner 9

The male gonad: testis
A gland below the bladder and surrounding the urethra: prostate
Tissue that produces sperm cells: seminiferous tubules
Hair-like tail region of the sperm is called: flagellum
Tube that leads from the epididymis to the urethra: Vas deferens
Foreskin: prepuce
Male castration would result from which operations? bilateral orchiectomy
Inflammation of the glans penis: balanitis
A chancre is the primary lesion in which of the following conditions? syphilis
An androgen: testosterone
Testosterone is produced by: interstitial cells of the testes
Undescended testicles: cryptorchism
Benign prostatic hyperplasia is characterized by: overgrowth of glandular tissue
Testicular carcinoma: seminoma
Sterilization procedure: vasectomy
The sac containing the male gonad: scrotum
Congenital condition of the male urethra: hypospadias
Parenchymal tissue in the testes: seminiferous tubules
Congenital absence of a testicle: anorchism
A spermolytic substance: destroys sperm cells
Orchiopexy: fixation of an undescended testicle
Swollen, twisted veins near the testes: varicocele
Nongonococcal urethritis is most often caused by: chlamydial infection
Treating tissue with cold temperatures is called: cryogenic surgery
Which of the following is not an STI: BPH
Azoospermia lack of spermatozoa in the semen
bulbourethral gland one of a pair of exocrine glands near the male urethra
gonorrhea inflamation of the genital tract mucous membranes caused by infection with gonococci
hydrocele sac of clear fluid in the scrotum
oligospermia an insufficient # of spermatozoa in the semen
perineum an area between the anus and the scrotum in males
phimosis narrowing of the opening of the prepuce over the glans penis (phim/o means to muzzle)
purulent pus filled
stroma supportive connective tissue of an organ, as distinguished from its parenchyma
varicocele enlarged dilated veins near the testicles
epididymides plural form meaning: pair of long tightly coiled tubes lying on top of each testis ( carries sperm from seminiferous tubes to vas deferens)
epididymitis inflamation of the epididymis
prostatic hyperplasia benign growth of cells within the prostate gland
Created by: leemiller