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lesson 9

anatomy

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the male gonad is called testis
the tube that leads from the epididymis to the urethra is called the vas deferens
another word for foreskin is prepuce
the pair of sacs that secrete fluid into the ejaculatory duct are called seminal vesicles
the coiled tube above each testis that carries and stores sperm is called the epididymis
hair like tail region of the sperm is called flagellum
the term for indescended testicles is cryptorchism
benign prostatic hyperplasia is characterized by overgrowth of glandular tissue
a word associated with STI is venereal
what is the term to describe the fixation of an undescended testicle orchiopexy
an STI the etiology is berry shaped bacteria is gonorrhea
an STI the primary stage is marked by a chancre is syphilis
a reason for a vasectomy would be sterilization
a reason for a radical prostatectomy would be carcinoma of the prostate gland
a reason for a TURP would be benign prostatic hyperplasia
a reason for a vasovasostomy would be reversal of sterilization
a reason for an orchiopexy would be cryptorchism
balan/o means glans penis
andr/o means male
gon/o means seed
Created by: chether