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A Chabner 9 comp

-sclerosis hardening
-cele hernia
-rrhagia bursting forth (of blood)
-phagia eating, swallowing
oophor/o ovary
-genesis formation
colp/o vagina
balan/o glans penis
salping/o fallopian tube
-ptosis prolapse, sagging, falling
inflammation of the testes orchitis
resection of the prostate gland prostatectomy
condition of scanty sperm oligospermia
process of forming (producing) sperm cells spermatogenesis
fixation of an undescended testicle orchiopexy
pair of sacs; secrete fluid into ejaculatory duct seminal vesicles
coiled tube above each testis; carries and stores sperm epididymis
male gonad; produces hormone and sperm cells testes
foreskin prepuce
STI; etiology is berry-shaped bacteria gonorrhea
STI; etiology is berry-shaped bacteria gonorrhea
opening of the urethra on the under surface of the penis hypospadias
enlarged, swollen veins near the testes varicocele
undescended testicles cryptorchism
STI: primary stage marked by a chancre syphilis
malignant tumor of the prostate gland prostatic adenocarcinoma
Created by: leemiller