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USIDMS Scrotum/Prostate

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What divides the scrotum medium rahpe
Between what layers does fluid normally accumulate viscera and parietal tunica vaginalis
What is the layer that encloses each teste tunica albuginea
Where is the rete teste located hilum of teste (mediastinum)
What are the three sections of the epididymis head, neck, and body
The rete teste transports sperm from the seminiferous tubules to the efferent ducts
This tube connects the epididymis to the seminal vesicle vas deferens
If the vas deferens is cut what does it result in male sterilization
The seminal vesicles lie posterior to what the bladder
What suspends the teste in the scrotum spermatic cord
What is the route of sperm seminiferous tubules, rete teste, efferent ducts (head, neck, body) , tail of epididymis, vas deferens
What pathology is determined by the arrested descent of the teste between the renal and scrotal areas cryptorchidism
Multiple small calcifications seen within the seminiferous tubules is indicative of what pathology microlithiasis
What is it called when a portion of the bowel extends into the scrotum inguinal hernia
Cyst usually seen in the head of the epididymus that can look the same as an epididymal cyst is consistent with what pathology spermatocele
What shape is the prostate chestnut shaped
The prostate helps aid sperm in motility
What zone has a higher rate for carcinoma peripheral zone
Where is the central zone located superior
Inflammation of the prostate gland is known as what prostatitis
Created by: krwulff