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Anatomy-Reproductive

Anatomy- Reproductive

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Name the three different sections of the urethra in males prostatic, membranous, spongy urethra
The fringe-like tissue on the end of the uterine tube fimbrae
Glands that contribute to semen in the male
A cross-section of the penis shows three erectile sinuses that fill with blood during an erection. What is the name of the pair that are located dorsally in the penis? Corpora cavernosum
Four ligaments of female reproductive system broad, ovarian, suspensory, uterosacral
Because the cervix of the uterus projects inferiorly into the vagina, it causes the formation of anterior and posterior what in the vaginal canal?
What is the name of the remaining follicular cells after ovulation that secrete progesterone and estrogen>
In which part of the oviduct does fertilization typically occur? ampulla
The inner layer of the uterus that proliferates and is sloughed off every 28 days follicle wall
Two hormones that surge at ovulation Luetenizing hormone and estrogen
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