Gly's Learning Activities_Chapter 13 (Male Reproductive)

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killing sperm
spermicide
swelling of a dilated vein (OR swelling and distention of the spermatic cord veins)
varicocele
surgical repair of the scrotum
scrotoplasty
enlargement of the prostate
prostatomegaly
condition without testes
anorchism
excision of a gonad
gonadectomy
pertaining to genitals and the urinary tract
genitourinary
excision of the epididymis
epididymectomy
treatment from a short (distance)
brachytherapy
fissure upon dorsum of penis (i.e. condition where the urethra opens on the dorsum of the penis)
epispadias/hyperspadias
inflammation of the glans penis
balantis
forming or producing a male; agents used to increase testosterone levels
androgen
suture of the perineum
perineorraphy
excision of the vas deference (or a segment of) and also known as a male sterilization procedure
vasectomy
process of recording the seminal vesicle
vesiculography
inflammation of the testes
orchiditis
prolapse or downward displacement of the testes
orchidoptosis
flow or discharge of the glans penis
balanorrhea
hernia, swelling of the glans penis
balanocele
sperm cell
spermatocyte
embryonic sperm (cell)
spermatoblast
swelling or hernia (containing) sperm
spermatocele
pain of the prostate
prostatalgia or prostatodynia
discharge of the prostate
prostatorrhea
stone or calculus of the prostate
prostatolith
fissure under ventrum of penis.
(i.e. condition where the urethra opens on the underside of the penis)
hypospadias
inflammation of the seminal vesicle
vesiculitis
process of recording the seminal vesicle
vesiculography
disease of the gonads
gonadopathy
surgical repair of glans penis
balanoplasty
white discharge commonly associated with gonorrhea
leukorrhea
disease characterized by blisterlike lesions around the genital area
genital herpes
failure of the testicles to descend into the scrotum before birth
cryptorchidism
stenosis of the foreskin so that it cannot be drawn over the glans
phimosis
twisting of the testicle within the scrotum
testicular torsion
STI commonly known as genital warts
condylomas
absence of one or both testicles
anorchidism
persistent, painful erection lasting more than 4 hours
priapism
inflammation of the prostate
prostatitis
inflammation of the bladder commonly associated with an enlarged prostate
cystitis
inability to produce offspring
sterility
STI caused by a protozoan, with symptoms that are more common in females than males
trichomoniasis
common STI called "silent disease" because symptoms are mild or absent
chlamydia
syphilitic lesion found at the point where the organism entered the body
chancre
difficulty starting urination
hesitancy
enlargement of breast tissue associated with testicular cancer
gynecomastia
test used to evaluate fertility or verify sterilization after vasectomy
semen analysis
US procedure to assess the testicles, epididymis, and vas deferens for abnormalities
scrotal
gonorrhea; gonococci
GC
reconstruction of the urethra to relieve a stricture or narrowing
urethroplasty
reversal of a vasectomy
vasovasostomy
agents that suppress the production of an androgen
antiandrogens
excision of the prostate through the urethra
TURP (Transurethral resection of the prostate)
blood test to detect prostate disorders, especially cancer
PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen)
medications used to treat recurrent herpes
antivirals
fixation of the testes in the scrotum
orchiopexy
removal of the foreskin from the glans
circumcision
virus causing genital warts
HPV (human papillomavirus)
nonmalignant enlargement of the prostate that is usually associated with aging
BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia)