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  1. prostaglandins for seminal vesicles
  2. radiation treatments
  3. a vasectomy involves cutting pieces out of both vas deferens. it prevents movement of sperm through the vas deferens to the urethra
  4. metastatic prostate cancer
  5. testosterone is responsible for
  1. a chemical which are thought to help cause muscular contractions of the smooth muscle in the urethra which aids in ejaculation and to help cause muscular contraction in the female reproductive tract to aid in the movement of sperm cells through the uterus and oviduct
  2. b why does a vasectomy result in sterility
  3. c high doses of radiation are aimed at cancer to kill the cancerous tissue.
  4. d accelerating cell growth in the body.
    eliminating testosterones production ban slow or stop tumor growth in the prostate
  5. e if the cells leave the prostate area and spread throughout the body- this is when it becomes deadly

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. fructose. fructose is important to the semen because sperm cells will need to make large quantities of ATP for energy to help them swim
  2. where the sperm produces (in the scrotal sac in the testes)
  3. begins producing its fluid before ejaculation. the slightly alkaline fluid neutralizes the acid environment of the penile urethra and lubricates the penile urethra
  4. complete removal of prostate gland
    incision from naval to just above penis
  5. physician feels for marble sized tumor- can detect in stage B

5 True/False questions

  1. hormone therapy side effects-drugs eliminate or block testosterone production by testes (chemical castration)
    -used when cancer has spread beyond the prostate thus making surgery difficult or impossible


  2. incontinencemost men never regain normal sexual function


  3. side effects of surgeryincontinence and impotence


  4. prostatic urethrasmall portion of the urethra that passes through the center of the prostate gland and empties into the penile urethra.


  5. urethraa common passageway for the urinary and reproductive system


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