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balano glans penis
orcho, orchio, orchido, testo testis or testicle
prostato prostate
vaso vessel
sperm spermatozoon
glans penis bulging structure at distal end of the penis (acorn-head)
vas deferens carries sperm from epi out of urethra
semen a mixutre of sperm, secretions, seminal fluid ect.
prostate gland trilobular glad that encircles urethra just below balder and secretes alkaline fluid into semen.
perineum external region b/w scrotum and anus.
azoospermia semen w/o living spermatozoa, sign of infertility
mucopurulent discharge drainage of mucus and pus
balanitis inflammation of the glans penis
epididymitits inflammation of epididymis
hydrocele hernia of fluid in testies or in tubes leading from testis
phimosis narrowed condition of prepuce resulting in inability to be drawn over glans penis leading to infection (requires circumcision)
BPH enlargement of prostate gland
seminoma most common type of testicular tumor, composed of immature germ cells, highly treatable
nonseminoma tumor from more mature cells, more aggressive and harder ot treat;
chlamydia most common STD
Hep. B vauses inflammation in the liver; xmitted through any bodily fluid
Herpes simplex T2 virus causes ulcer-like lesions on genital area
condyloma/condylomata acuminatum lesion that appears s a result of HPV
prostate-specific antigen - PSA test blood test used to screen for prostate cancer;
endorectal/transrectal sonogram used to guide needle biopsy; ultrasonic inducer used
orchectomy, orchidectomy removal of testicle
orichopexy fixation of an undescended testis in scrotum
transurethral resection of the prostate common treatment of BPH;
brachytherapy raditation therapy using internal radioactive isotpe seeds
epididymo epididymis
perineo perimeum
spermo, spermato sperm (seed)
scrotum skin covering groin
epididymis stores sperm
prepuce foreskin
seminal vesicle one of two sac like structures behind the bladder and connectred to vas deferens. Secretes alkaline fluid to protect sperm
ejaculatory duct duct formed by union of vas deferens and seminal vesicle.
bulbourethral/cowper glands pair of glands below the prostate w/ ducts opening into urethra, adds viscid (sticky) fluid to the semen;
aspermia inability o secrete/eject sperm
oligospermia scanty production /expulsion of sperm
anorchism absence of one or both testes
cryptochism, cryptorchidism undescended testicle
erecticle dysfunction failure to initiate or maintain erection
hypospadias congential opening of male urethra on undersurface of the penis
peyronie disease disorder characterized by buildup of hardened fibrous tissue in corpus cavernosum causing pain/curvature of penis
prostatitis inflammation of prostate
spermatocele painless, benign cystic mass containing sperm lying above and posterior to but separate from testie
varicocele enlarged, swollen, herniated veins near testis.
gonorrhea contagious inflammation of genital mucous membranes
syphilis STD caused by spirochete and may involve any organ or tissue over time. Manifests first on skin
HPV transmitted by direct sexual ontact causes infection that can occur on skin or mucous membranes of genetals
Digital rectal exam, DRE use of finger to palpate prostate
urethrogram xray of urethra and prostate
epididymectomy removal of epididymis
orichoplasty repair of testicle
prostatectomy excision of prostate gland
vasovasostomy restoration of function of vas deferens after vasectomy
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