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Med Term 9 Male Repr

Med Term Chap 9 Male Reproductive

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Androgen Male hormone producing or stimulating male characteristics. An example istestosterone.
Balanitis Inflammation of the glans penis.
cryogenic surgery Pertaining to destruction of tissue by producing cold temperatures.
Cryptorchidism Undescended testicles.
Epididymitis Inflammation of the epididymis.
Gonorrhea Sexually transmitted disease; disease marked by gonococci and urethral discharge.
Hydrocele Hernia (sac) of fluid in the scrotal sac.
Orchiectomy Removal of a testicle.
Orchitis Inflammation of a testicle.
Penile Pertaining to the penis.
Penoscrotal Pertaining to the penis and scrotum.
Prostatitis Inflammation of the prostate gland.
Prostatectomy Removal of the prostate gland.
seminiferous tubules Produce sperm in the testes.
Spermolytic Pertaining to destruction of sperm.
Oligospermia Scanty production of sperm.
Aspermia Lack of formation or ejaculation of semen.
Teratoma Tumor (testicular) that is composed of many types of tissue. Terat/o means monster.
Testicular Pertaining to the testes.
Varicocele Hernia (collection) of swollen, twisted veins above the testes.
Vasectomy Removal of a portion of each vas deferens.
Azoospermia Lack of spermatozoa in semen.
Spermatogenesis Formation of sperm cells.
Testosterone Male hormone produced by the testes.
Orchiopexy Fixation of the testicle. It is put in place following a diagnosis ofcryptorchidism.
Vasovasostomy New opening (anastomosis) between two parts of the vas deferens; surgery to reverse vasectomy.
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