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NUR 303

Ch. 24 & 26

Chancre red, round, superficial ulcer with a yellowish serous discharge that is a sign of syphilis
Condylomata acuminata soft, pointed, fleshy papules that occur on the genitalia and are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV)
Cryptorchidism undescended testes
Cystitis inflammation of the urinary bladder
Epididymis structures composed of coiled ducts located over the superior and posterior surface of the testes, which store sperm
Epispadias congenital defect in which the urethra opens on the dorsal (upper) side of penis instead of at the tip
Hernia weak spot in abdominal muscle wall (usually in area of inguinal canal or femoral canal) through which a loop of bowel may protrude
Herpes genitalis a sexually transmitted infection characterized by clusters of small painful vesicles, caused by a virus
Hydrocele cystic fluid in tunica vaginalis surrounding the testis
Hypospadias congenital defect in which urethra opens on the ventral (under) side of penis rather than at the tip
Orchitis acute inflammation of testis, usually associated with mumps
Paraphimosis foreskin retracted and fixed behind the glans penis
Peyronie disease nontender hard plaques on the surface of penis, associated with painful bending of penis during erection
Phimosis foreskin is advanced and tightly fixed over the glans penis
Prepuce foreskin; the hood or flap of skin over the glans penis that often is surgically removed after birth by circumcision
Priapism prolonged, painful erection of penis without sexual desire
Spermatic cord collection of vas deferens, blood vessels, lymphatics, and nerves that ascends along the testis and through the inguinal canal into the abdomen
Spermatocele retention cyst in epididymis filled with milky fluid that contains sperm
Torsion sudden twisting of spermatic cord; a surgical emergency
Varicocele dilated tortuous varicose veins in the spermatic cord
Vas deferens duct carrying sperm from the epididymis through the abdomen and then into the urethra
Created by: katelynreid