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LOM Ch 9 Vocab

Pathology Male Reproductive System

cryptorchidism undescended testicles
hydrocele sac of clear fluid in the scrotum
testicular torsion twisting of the spermatic cord
varicocele enlarged dilated vains near the testicle
benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) Benigh growth of cells within the prostate gland (TURP transurethral resection for the prostate relieves obstruction that overgrowth may cause)
hypospadias congenital abnormality in which the male urethral opening is on the undersurface of the penis instead of at its tip
phimosis narrowing of the opening of the prepuce over th glans penis
chlamydial infection bacterial invasion of the urethra and reproductive trachy by Chlamydia tracomatis
gonorrhea inflammation of the genital tract mucosa, caused by infection with gonococci
herpes genitalis infection of skin and genital mucosa caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV)
human papillomavarus (HPV) infection of the skin and mucous membranes in the anogenital region by HPV
syphilis chronic STD caused by a sprochete
Created by: cskinner