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  1. bilateral. Sugical removal of both testes
  2. Androgenic hormone responsible for development of male sex organs
  3. surgical procedure to bring down and suspend the testes in their proper position in the scrotal sac.
  4. a triple lobed organ fused to the base fo the bladder. It secretes a thin alkaline substance that accounts for about 30% of the seminal fluid which helps protect the sperm
  5. glans penis
  6. lab test recommended at age 50 to check the prostate and its proper functioning
  7. aka meatus. Opening into the urethra that leads to the prostate gland
  8. a ring-like muscle that tightly constructs the opening of a passageway
  9. the purpose of the male reproductive system is to produce, maintain and transport______
  10. slit, fissure
  11. scanty
  12. hidden
  13. Treat ED by inc. blood flow
  14. accumulation of serous fluid in a saclike cavity (testes) is common in newborns and usually resolves itself in the first year
  15. the inability of the male to attain or maintain an erection sufficient to perform sexual intercourse
  16. high energy x-ray beams generated by a machine are directed at the tumor from outside the body to destroy the prostate tissue
  17. Inc. Testosterone Levels
  18. surgical procedure that removes all or part of the vas deferens (usually as a means of sterilization)
  19. seminal vesicle
  20. AKA benign prostatic hypertrophy. Seen mostly in elderly males. Swelling of the prostate gland. Causes difficulty in urination often causing frequent urinary tract infections and eventually can lead to kidney infections if left untreated
  21. radioactive seeds. Used to treat some prostate cancers, depending on stage and grade of cancer
  22. absence of one or both testicles
  23. Short
  24. killing
  25. Above, upon
  26. male
  27. Thick fluid containing sperm and other secretions from the male reproductive system
  28. epididymis
  29. failure of testes to descend into the scrotal sac prior to birth. If not corrected by age 2 the male will be sterile
  30. Dilated Vein
  31. congenital defect where the opening of the urethra is on the underside of the penis
  32. genitalia
  33. common procedure where only a portion of the prostate is removed from the inside
  34. Reproductive Cell that contains one half of chromosomes required to produce an offspring
  35. condition
  36. Combining forms for testes
  37. Sperm Cells
  38. 2 testes and 1 scrotum
  39. narrowing of the opening of the foreskin so it cannot be retracted or pulled back to expose the glans penis
  40. incision of a urethral structure
  41. Forming, producing, origin
  42. Psychological and physical drive for sexual activity
  43. digital (finger) rectal examination is done to check for abnormalities of the prostate and its proper functioning.
  44. vessel; vas deferens; duct
  45. Decrease of hormones produced by gonads. Decreased fucntion of the sex glands
  46. radical. Complete surgical removal of the prostate
  47. surgical removal of the foreskin of the penis
  48. perineum
  49. AKA internal radiation therapy. Radioactive seeds are placed in the malignant tissue. Lupron
  50. gonads, sex glands
  51. application of extreme cold to destroy prostate tissue
  52. prostate gland
  53. type of urinary tract infection (UTI) that affects one or both kidneys.