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Medical Terminology Quiz Chpt 9

Medical Terminology - Spring 2013 Davi-Ellen Chabner
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An androgen:
A) Luteinizing hormone
B) Estrogen
C) Testosterone
D) Progesterone
E) HCG
C) Testosterone
Foreskin
A) Glans penis
B) Perineum
C) Prepuce
D) Scrotum
E) Phimosis
C) Prepuce
Testicular carcinoma:
A) Seminoma
B) PID
C) BPH
D) Chlamydia
E) Hypernephroma
A) Seminoma
Undescended testicles:
A) Phimosis
B) Orchiotomy
C) Cryptorchism
D) Anorchism
E) Epispadias
C) Cryptorchism
The sac containing the male gonad:
A) Epididymis
B) Perineum
C) Peritoneum
D) Scrotum
E) Seminal vesicle
D) Scrotum
Swollen, twisted veins near the testes:
A) Hydrocele
B) Varicocele
C) Herpes genitalis
D) Hypospadias
E) Testicular torsion
B) Varicocele
Tissue that produces sperm cells:
A) Ureters
B) Seminiferous tubules
C) Urethra
D) Endometrium
E) Interstitial
B) Seminiferous tubules
A spermolytic substance:
A) Is used for benign prostatic hyperplasia
B) Destroys sperm cells
C) Is produced by the testes
D) Produces sperm cells
E) Increases potency
B) Destroys sperm cells
Hair-like tail region of the sperm is called:
A) Calyx
B) Flagellum
C) Fimbriae
D) Sperm head
E) Cilia
B) Flagellum
Orchiopexy:
A) Incision and removal of a piece of the vas deferens
B) Removal of the prepuce
C) Prolapse of a testicle
D) Fixation of an undescended testicle
E) Removal of a testicle
D) Fixation of an undescended testicle
A chancre is the primary lesion in which of the following conditions?
A) Syphilis
B) Pelvic inflammatory disease
C) Gonorrhea
D) Non-gonococcal urethritis
E) Genital herpes
A) Syphilis
Sterilization procedure:
A) Left orchiectomy
B) TURP
C) Orchiotomy
D) Circumcision
E) Vasectomy
E) Vasectomy
Which of the following is not an STI:
A) Gonorrhea
B) Syphilis
C) HSV
D) BPH
E) Chlamydia
D) BPH
Benign prostatic hyperplasia is characterized by:
A) Hydrocele
B) Adenocarcinoma of the prostate
C) Urinary incontinence
D) Varicocele
E) Overgrowth of glandular tissue
E) Overgrowth of glandular tissue
Male castration would result from which of the following operations?
A) Unilateral orchidectomy
B) Bilateral orchiectomy
C) Vasectomy
D) Bilateral oophorectomy
E) TURP
B) Bilateral orchiectomy
Tube that leads from the epididymis to the urethra:
A) Bulbourethral duct
B) Ureter
C) Seminiferous tubule
D) Cowper duct
E) Vas deferens
E) Vas deferens
Nongonococcal urethritis is most often caused by:
A) Castration
B) Prostatitis
C) Herpes genitalis
D) Syphilis
E) Chlamydial infection
E) Chlamydial infection
Parenchymal tissue in the testes:
A) Seminiferous tubules
B) Vas deferens
C) Connective tissue
D) Interstitial tissue
E) Bulbourethral fluid
A) Seminiferous tubules
A gland below the bladder and surrounding the urethra:
A) Seminal vesicle
B) Bulbourethral
C) Vas deferens
D) Prostate
E) Bartholin
D) Prostate
Congenital condition of the male urethra:
A) Circumcision
B) Hydrocele
C) Phimosis
D) Varicocele
E) Hypospadias
E) Hypospadias
Testosterone is produced by:
A) Cowper glands
B) Prostate gland
C) Seminal vesicles
D) Interstitial cells of the testes
E) Seminiferous tubules
D) Interstitial cells of the testes
Treating tissue with cold temperatures is called:
A) Purulent
B) Cryogenic surgery
C) Curettage
D) Aspiration
E) Ejaculation
B) Cryogenic surgery
Inflammation of the glans penis:
A) Varicocele
B) Hydrocele
C) Orchitis
D) Epididymitis
E) Balanitis
E) Balanitis
The male gonad:
A) Epididymis
B) Penis
C) Testis
D) Sperm cell
E) Scrotum
C) Testis
Congenital absence of a testicle:
A) Oligospermia
B) Azoospermia
C) Cryptorchism
D) Aspermia
E) Anorchism
E) Anorchism
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