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ML Male Reproductive

TermDefinition
epididymis duct atop the testis that stores sperm, allows it to mature and carries it to the vas deferens
glans penis large tip at the end of male organ of copulation
penis male organ of copulation
prepuce, or foreskin fold of skin at tip of penis
prostate gland encircles upper end of urethra
scrotum sac in which the testes are enclosed
semen comprises sperm and secretions
seminal vesicles glands that open into the vas deferens
seminiferous tubules structures in testes where the sperm originate
spermatic cord encloses the 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
balan/o glans penis
epididym/o epididymis
orchid/o testis, testicle
orchi/o testis, testicle
orch/o testis, testicle
test/o testis, testicle
prostat/o prostate gland
vas/o vessel, duct
vesicul/o seminal vesicle
andr/o male
sperm/o spermatozoon, sperm
spermat/o spermatozoon, sperm
-ism state of
prostatocystitis inflammation of the prostate gland & the urinary bladder
prosatolith stone in the prostate gland
orchiditis, orchitis, testitis inflammation of the testis
(benign) prostatic hyperplasia (a nonmalignant) excessive development pertaining to the prostate gland
cryptorchidism state of hidden testes
prostatovesiculitis inflammation of the prostate gland and seminal vesicles
anorchism state of absence of testis
prostatitis inflammation of the prostate gland
orchiepididymitis inflammation of the testis & the epididymis
balanorrhea discharge from the glans penis
epididymitis inflammation of the epididymis
balanitis inflammation of the glans penis
prostatorrhea discharge from the prostate gland
testicular carcinoma cancer of the testicle
phimosis a condition that prevents the tightening of the prepuce
varicocele the condition of having enlarged veins of the spermatic cord
hydrocele a crotal swelling caused by a collection of fluird
prostate cancer cancer of the prostate gland
erectile dysfunction inability of the man to attain or maintain an erection
priapism persistent abnormal erection
testicular torsion the twisting of the spermatic cord
orchidectomy excision of the testis
orchiectomy excision of the testis
vasectomy excision of a duct
prostatocystotomy incision into the prostate gland and baldder
orchidotomy incision into a testis
orchiotomy incision into a testis
epididymectomy excision of an epididymis
orchidopexy surgical fixation of a testicle
orchiopexy surgicial fixation of a testicle
prostatovesiculectomy excision of the prostate gland and seminal vesicles
orchidoplasty surgical repair of a testis
vesiculectomy excision of the seminal vesicle(s)
prostatectomy excision of the prostate gland
balanoplasty surgical repair of the glans penis
vasovasostomy creation of artifical openings between ducts
prostatolithotomy incision into prostate gland to remove a stone
suprapubic prostatectomy is surgery performed to remove the prostate gland through the urinary bladder and an abdominal incision
circumcision surgical procedure performed to remove the prepuce
radical prostatectomy the surgical removal of the prostate gland and surrounding structuresm sometimes including pelvic lymph nodes
hydrocelectomy surgical removal of a hydrocele
transurethral microwave thermotherapy a treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia that uses heat generated by microwave
transurethral incision(of the) prostate gland a surgical procedure for benign prostatic hyperplasia that widens the urethra by making small incisions
thransurethral resection(of the) prostate gland pieces of prostate gland tissue are removed with a resectoscope
digital rectal examination a physical examination in which the physican feels for the size and shape of the prostate gland through the rectal wall
prostate-specific antigen a blood test that, when elevated, may indicate the presence of prostate cancer
transrectal ultrasound a diagnostic ultrasound procedure used to obtain images of the prostate gland
oligospermia condition of scanty sperm
andropathy disease of the male
spermatolysis dissoultion of sperm
aspermia condition of without sperm
coitus sexual intercourse between man and woman
ejaculation ejection of semen
human papillomavirus venereal warts
gonads male and female sex glands
genital herpes STD caused by Herpesvirus hominis type 2
gonorrhea contagious and inflammatory STD
heterosexual one who is attracted to a member of the opposite sex
orgasm climax of sexual stimulation
condom cover for the penis worn during coitus
prosthesis an artificial replacement for an absent body part
homosexual one who is attracted to members of the same sex
sexually transmitted disease(STD) disease such as syphilis, gonorrhea, and genital herpes, that are contracted during sexual intercourse
sterilization process rendering an individual unable to produce offspring
syphilis a chronic infection that can be transmitted by sexual contact or acquired in utero
puberty period when the ability to sexually reproduce begins
acquired immunodeficency syndrome(AIDS) a disease that affects the body's immune system
trichomoniasis an STD caused by a one-cell organism, trichomonas
artifical insemination introduction of semen into the vagina by means other than intercourse
chlamydia a prevalent STD caused by a bacterium
human immunodeficiency virus(HIV) a type of retrovirus that causes AIDS
AIDS acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
BPH benign prostatic hyperplasia
DRE digital rectal examination
ED erectile dysfunction
HIV human immunodeficiency virus
HPV human papillomavirus
PSA prostate-specific antigen
RP radical prostatectomy
STD sexually transmitted disease
TUIP transurethral incision of the prostate
TUMT transurethral microwave thermotherapy
TURP transurethral resection of the prostate
Created by: lyssa0107
 

 



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