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  1. DRE Digital rectal Examaka meatus. Opening into the urethra that leads to the prostate gland

          

  2. Circumcisionsurgical removal of the foreskin of the penis

          

  3. Balan/oglans penis

          

  4. Sphincterthe purpose of the male reproductive system is to produce, maintain and transport______

          

  5. Andr/omale

          

  6. Gonad/ogenitalia

          

  7. Spermthe purpose of the male reproductive system is to produce, maintain and transport______

          

  8. Epididym/operineum

          

  9. BrachytherapyAKA internal radiation therapy. Radioactive seeds are placed in the malignant tissue. Lupron

          

  10. Olig/oscanty

          

  11. PSA prostate specific antigenlab test recommended at age 50 to check the prostate and its proper functioning

          

  12. Crypt/ohidden

          

  13. Brachy-glans penis

          

  14. -cidekilling

          

  15. ED Erectile Dysfunctionsurgical removal of the foreskin of the penis

          

  16. -ismkilling

          

  17. Orchidectomybilateral. Sugical removal of both testes

          

  18. Anorchismabsence of one or both testicles

          

  19. SemenThick fluid containing sperm and other secretions from the male reproductive system

          

  20. EBR External beam radiationthe inability of the male to attain or maintain an erection sufficient to perform sexual intercourse

          

  21. Prostat/oradical. Complete surgical removal of the prostate

          

  22. Cryosurgerysurgical procedure to bring down and suspend the testes in their proper position in the scrotal sac.

          

  23. Anti-impotence Agentsradioactive seeds. Used to treat some prostate cancers, depending on stage and grade of cancer

          

  24. BPH Benign prostatic hyperplasiaAKA 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

          

  25. AndrogensInc. Testosterone Levels

          

  26. Vesicul/oseminal vesicle

          

  27. Genit/omale

          

  28. prostate glanda 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

          

  29. urethrotomyincision of a urethral structure

          

  30. Epi-Thick fluid containing sperm and other secretions from the male reproductive system

          

  31. cryptorchidismfailure of testes to descend into the scrotal sac prior to birth. If not corrected by age 2 the male will be sterile

          

  32. Vas/ovessel; vas deferens; duct

          

  33. TURP Transurethral resection of the prostatedigital (finger) rectal examination is done to check for abnormalities of the prostate and its proper functioning.

          

  34. prostatectomyradical. Complete surgical removal of the prostate

          

  35. Hypospadiascongenital defect where the opening of the urethra is on the underside of the penis

          

  36. GameteReproductive Cell that contains one half of chromosomes required to produce an offspring

          

  37. Vasectomysurgical procedure that removes all or part of the vas deferens (usually as a means of sterilization)

          

  38. Spermat/o and sperm/oSperm Cells

          

  39. Perine/oDilated Vein

          

  40. Male reproductive system consists of2 testes and 1 scrotum

          

  41. orchiopexybilateral. Sugical removal of both testes

          

  42. Orch/o and orchi/o and orchid/o and test/oCombining forms for testes

          

  43. -genesisForming, producing, origin

          

  44. chemotherapy agentsTreat ED by inc. blood flow

          

  45. HydroceleInc. Testosterone Levels

          

  46. PhimosisForming, producing, origin

          

  47. Urethral orificeincision of a urethral structure

          

  48. Hypogonadismcongenital defect where the opening of the urethra is on the underside of the penis

          

  49. Pyelonephritiscongenital defect where the opening of the urethra is on the underside of the penis

          

  50. -spadiasslit, fissure

          

  51. TestosteroneAndrogenic hormone responsible for development of male sex organs

          

  52. Libidoscanty

          

  53. Varic/oscanty