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chabner chapter 9

male reproductive system

testis the male gonad
prostate a gland below the bladder and surrounding the urethra
seminiferous tubules tissue that produces sperm cells
flagellum hair-like tail regionof the sperm
prepuce foreskin
salpingitis PID pelvic inflammatory disease
perulent pus filled
orechiopexy fixation of an undescended testicle(performed to bring undescended testesinto the scrotum)
seminoma a type of testicular cancer
cryptorchism medical term for undescended testicle
testosterone is an androgen
varicocele swollen,twisted veins near the testes
circumcision remooval of the prepuce
phimosis tight foreskin
semen analysis test for fertility
chlamydial infection nongonococcal urethritis (nongonococcal -eliminates gonorrhea)
cryosurgery destruction of tissue by freezing
BPH benign prostatic hyperplasia
gon/o seed
phim/o muzzle
-spadias tearing or cutting
TUIP transurethral incision of the prostate
TUMT transurethral microwave thermaltherapy
stage T3M+ tumor has spread locally and beyond to other organs
DRE digital rectal examination
STI sexually transmitted infection
PSA prostate-specific antigen
syphilis chronic STD caused by a spirochete(spiral shaped bacterium)
Created by: pdawson22