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# BAS 07 Male Repro

-pexy fixation
-ectomy to cut out
-otomy surgical opening
epididymis Storage place for sperm cells. This is superior to the seminal vesicles.
seminal vesicles the tubules that produce sperm cells.
vas deferens carries sperm to the ejaculatory duct
ejaculatory duct carries sperm to the urethra
urethra conduit for sperm and urine in the male.
TURP Transurethral resection of the prostate
BPH benign prostatic hypertrophy
hypertrophy enarlgement of an organ
hyper- excessive
PSA Blood test for protate cancer
orch/o, orchid/o testicle
urethtrogram Xray of the prostate and urethra
spermatozoa Sperm cell. Male gamete.
an- on the handout
Hypospadias Urethra develops and exits the lower part of the penis.
crypt/o hidden
a- wihout
anorchism an = without + orch/o= testes
cryptorchism Undescended testes
orchectomy put the two word roots together.
scrotum sac that hold the testicles
Created by: rjmtoss