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Male Reproductive S

male reproductive system

male sex organs testis, or testicle
male germ cell produces a zygote fertilized egg sperm
male sex hormone; stimulate development (facial hair testosterone
sperm produce seminiferous tubules
coiled duct provides storage, transit, maturation epididymis
carries sperm from epididymis to the urethra vas deferens; ductus deferns; seminal duct
two main glands forms part of semen seminal vesicles
enlarged veins of the spermatic cord varicocele
twisting of the spermatic cord causing decreased blood flow to testis testicular torsion
cancer of testicle testicular carcinoma
cancer of the prostate gland prostate cancer
abnormal erection priapism
foreskin of penis; circumcision is treatment phimosis
impotence erectile dysfunction (ED)
nonmalignant enlargement prostate gland benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
reproductive organs genitalia (genitals)
composed of sperm; seminal fluids and other secretions semen
foreskin prepuce
enlarged tip on end glans penis
male organ of urination/copolation penis
testes enclosed scrotum
gland secretes fluid aids in movement of sperm and ejaculation prostate gland
impotence erectile dysfunction (ED)
foreskin phimosis
abnormal erection of the penis priapism
cancer of the prostate gland prostate cancer
cancer of the testicle testicular carcinoma
twisting of the psermatic cord causing decresed blood flow to the testis testicular torsion
enlarged veins of the spermatic cord varicocele
excision of the prostate gland with its capsule, seminal vesicles,vas deferens radical prostatectomy (RP)
surgical procedure that widens the urethra by making a few small incisions in the bladder neck and prostate gland transurethral incision of the prostate gland (TUIP)
treatment that eliminates excess tissue present in benign prostatic hyperplasia transurethral microwave thermotherapy (TUMT)
successive pieces of the prostate gland tissue are resected by using a resectoscope inserted through the urethra transurethral resection of the prostate gland (TURP)
ultrasound procedure used to diagnose prostate cancer transrectal ultrasound
blood test that measure the level of prostate-specific antigen in the blood prostate-specific antigen (PSA)
a physical examination in which the physician inserts a finger into the rectum digital rectal examination (DRE)
male and femal sex glands gonads
Created by: Gadley