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Haney medterm c16-13

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What is the surgical removal of the testicles in the male? castration
What is the process of visualizing the urinary tract through a cystoscope that has been inserted in the urethra? cystoscopy
What is the surgical procedure in which the foreskin of the penis is removed? circumcision
What is also known as an orchidectomy or orchiectomy in the male? castration
What does FTA-ABS (FTA-ABS Test) stand for? fluorescent treponemal antibody-absorption
What does the FTA-ABS Test test for? syphilis
What procedure provides visualization of the entire urinary tract? intravenous pyelogram
Orchidectomy is the surgical removal of what? a testicle
What is a surgical fixation of a testicle? orchidopexy
What is the assessment of a sample of semen for volume, viscosity, sperm count, sperm motility, and percentage of any abnormal sperm? semen analysis
What is the surgical removal of the prostate gland by making an incision into the abdominal wall, just above the pubis? suprapubic prostatectomy
What is an instrument used used to remove tissue from the body? resectoscope
What is the removal of the prostrate gland by inserting a resectocope through the urethra and through into the bladder to remove small pieces of tissue from the prostrate gland? transurethral resection of the prostate
What is the surgical cutting and tying of the cas deferens to prevent the passage of sperm? vasectomy
What is the name for male sterilization/ vasectomy
What is the serological test for syphilis? VDRL test
What does the wet mount/wet prep test for? the presence of living organisms.
When is the suprapubic prostatectomy done? When the surgeon believes the prostrate gland is too enlarged to be removed through the urethra.
What test can be done in part of the evaluation process in attempting to determine the cause of infertility in couples, this is often the first test done. semen analysis
This procedure may be performed when it is determined that an undescended testicle is no longer funcional. orchiectomy
What does IVP stand for? intravenous pyelogram
Why is the castration usually performed? to reduce the production and secretion of certain hormones that may encourage the growth of malignant cells.
What procedure makes the glands of the penis fully exposed? circumcision
How long does it take for a VDRL test to appear positive? 1-3 weeks
What should the volume of a normal ejaculated specimen be? 3 to 5mL
Created by: Kelseya