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Chapt 7 ML

male reproductive system

QuestionAnswer
epididymis duct atop the testes that store sperm, and carries it to the vas deferens
glans penis large tip at the end of the penis or copulation
penis male organ of urination ans sexual intercourse
prepuce or foreskin fold of skin at the tip of the penis
prostate gland encircles upper end of urethra
scrotum sac in which testes are enclosed
seman compromises sperm and secretions
seminal vesicles glands that open to the vas deferens
seminiferous tubules structures in testes where the sperm origionate
spermatic cord encloses vas deferens with other anatomic structures
testes primary male sex organs
vas deferens duct that carries sperm to the urethra
genitalia reproductive organs (male or female)
sperm the male germ cell
testosterone male sex hormone
andr/o male
sperm/o sperm
spermat/o sperm
ism state of
prostatolith stone in the prostate gland
balanitis inflammation of the glands penis
orchitis inflammation of the testes
orchiditis inflammation of the testes
testitis infammation of the testes
prostatovesiculitis inflammation of the prostate gland and the seminal vesicles
prostatocystitis inflammation of the prostate gland and the urinary bladder
orchiepididymitis inflammation of the testes and epididymis
prostatorrhea discharge from the prostate gland
epididymitis inflammation of the epididymis
(benign) prostatic hyperplasia excessive development pertaining to the prostate gland
cryptorchidism state of hidden testes
balanorrhea discharge from glans penis
anorchism state of absent testis
testicular carcinoma cancer of the testicle
phimosis tightness of the foreskin or prepuce
varicocele condition of enlarged veins of the spermatic cord
hydrocele scrotal swelling caused by collection of fluid
prostate cancer cancer of the prostate glad
(ED)erectile dysfunction inability to attain or maintain an an erection
priapism persistent abnormal erection
testicular torsion twisting of the spermatic cord
vasectomy ecision of a duct
prostatocystotomy incition into the prostate gland and bladder
orchidotomy incision into the testes
orchiotomy incision into a testicle
epididymectomy excision of the epididymis
prostatovesiculeectomy excision of the prostate gland and seminal vesicle
orcidopexy surgical fixation of a testicle
orchiopexy surgical fixation of a testicle
orchioplasty surgical repair of a testicle
balanoplasty surgical repair of the glands penis
vasovasostomy creation of an artificial oopening between the severed ends of the vas deferens
orchiectomy excision of the testes
orchidectomy excision of the testes
prostatolithotomy incision into the prostate gland to remove a stone
Created by: HorstHL