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CPC Study - Male Genital System

Essential organs of the male genital system: testes (gonads), vas deferens
This gland activates sperm: prostate gland
This gland is also known as Cowper's gland: bulbourethral gland
The columns of erectile tissue in penis: two corpora cavernosa, one spongiosum
This passes through corpora spongiosum: urethra
Cavernosa connection between cavity of penis and a vein
Cavernosography Radiography of a cavity
Chordee condition resulting in penis being bent downward
Corpora Cavernosa two cavities of penis
Epididymis tube located at the top of testes that stores sperm
Epididymovasostomy creation of a new connection between vas deferens and epididymis
Meatotomy surgical enlargement of opening of urinary meatus
Orchiectomy castration - removal of testes
Orchiopexy surgical procedure to release undescended testis and fixate within scrotum
Penoscrotal referring to penis and scrotum
Plethysmography determining changes in volume of an organ part or body
Priapism painful condition in which penis is constantly erect
Prostatotomy incision into prostate
Transurethral resection, prostate procedure performed through urethra by means of a cystoscopy to remove part or all of prostate
Tumescence state of being swollen
Tunica vaginalis covering of testes
Varicocele swelling of a scrotal vein
Vas Deferens tube that carries sperm from epididymis to ejaculatory duct and seminal vesciles
Vasectomy removal of a segment of vas deferens
Vasogram recording of flow in vas deferens
Vasovasostomy reversal of a vasectomy
Vesiculectomy excision of a seminal vesicle
Vesiculotomy incision into seminal vesicle
Cryptorchidism undescended testes
Orchitis inflammation of testes
Types of sexually transmitted epididymitis: gonorrhea, T. pallidum, T. vaginalis
Hydrocele collection of fluid in membranes of tunica vaginalis resulting in scrotal enlargement
This is an abnormal dilation of plexus of veins that decreases sperm production and motility: varicocele
What is the cure rate of testicular cancer? 95 percent
Epispadias congenital anomaly where urethral meatus is located on dorsal side of penis
Hypospadias urethral opening on ventral side of penis (most common abnormality of penis)
2 types of infectious urethritis: gonococcal, nongonococcal
Balanitis inflammation of glans penis
Phimosis prepuce (foreskin) becomes constricted, cannot be retracted over glans penis
Paraphimosis prepuce (foreskin) becomes constricted, is retracted over glans penis and cannot be moved forward
Peyronie's Disease bent nail syndrome - lateral curvature of penis during erection
Bowen's Disease is the common name for: intraepithelial neoplasia (tumor under the prepuce)
BPH Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia/Hypertrophy - mutliple fibroadenomatous nodules
The most commonly diagnosed malignancy in men over 60: prostate cancer
Accessory organs of the male genital system: penis, scrotum, seminal vesicles, prostate, Cowper's gland
Testicular cancer is divided into these 2 groups: germ cell tumors, sex stromal cord tumors
Cancer of the prostate is predominately this type of cancer: adenocarcinoma
Created by: dropgallow