PTG 105- Exam 3- Lecture 17 -1

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  1. Name the general organs of the male lower urinary tract
    • Bladder
    • Ureters
    • Urethra
    • Accessory glands (prostate gland)
    • Testis
  2. Describe the positioning of the Ureters in the body cavity:
    Retroperitoneal
  3. What is the purpose of the ureters?
    To transmit urine from the renal pelvis to the bladder
  4. What organ has the purpose of transmitting urine from the renal pelvis to the bladder?
    Ureters
  5. Describe the location of the ureters with respect to other organs:
    Descend from the renal pelvis to the bladder
  6. Describe the major tissue makeup of the bladder:
    Muscluar
  7. Describe the purpose of the bladder:
    To collect urine
  8. Describe the purpose of the urethra:
    Urine passageway out of the body
  9. What organ is a urine passageway out of the body?
    The urethra
  10. Name an accessory gland in the male lower urinary tract:
    Prostate gland
  11. What gland encircles the neck of the bladder?
    Prostate gland
  12. Describe the three characteristics of the prostate gland discussed in class:
    • Encircles the neck of the bladder
    • Produces secretions that are important components of seminal fluid
    • Ducts empty into the urethra
  13. The ducts of what gland enter into the urethra?
    Prostate gland
  14. Which gland produces and important component of seminal fluid?
    Prostate gland
  15. Describe the position of the urethra with respect to other organs:
    Passes through the prostate gland and into the penis
  16. What organs passes through the prostate gland and into the penis?
    • Urethra
    • Ejaculatory ducts
  17. Ejaculatory ducts penetrate the prostate gland and into the urethra, connecting what organ with eth urethra?
    Vas Deferens
  18. The Vas deferens is connected to the urethra by what organs?
    Ejaculatory ducts
  19. What organ does the sperm enter in its migration during ejaculation after it leaves the epididymis?
    Vas Deferens
  20. Where does sperm production occur?
    Seminiferous tubules
  21. What is the purpose of the seminiferous tubules?
    Sperm production
  22. Where are the seminiferous tubules located?
    In the Testis
  23. Where is sperm stored?
    • Seminal Vesicles
    • Epididymis
    • Vas deferens
  24. How is sperm propelled through the Vas Deferens during ejaculation?
    Muscular contraction
  25. The female urethra passes from where to where?
    Directly from the bladder to the urethral meatus
  26. The seminal vesicles are located in the testis (T/F)?
    False they are located near the bladder and prostate gland
  27. Describe the location of the seminal vesicles with relation to other organs:
    Near the bladder and prostate gland
  28. What is Hypospadias or Epispadias?
    Malformation of the penis
  29. Name two diseases that are Malformations of the penis:
    Hypospadias and Epispadias
  30. Name two disease that inflammations of the penis:
    Balanitis and Balanoposthitis
  31. Balanitis and Balanoposthitis are what types of penile disease?
    Inflammations of the penis
  32. What is the most common type of cancer in the penis?
    Squamous cell carcinoma
  33. What cancer accounts of 0.25% of all cancers in men?
    Squamous cell carcinoma of the penis
  34. Squamous cell carcinoma of the penis accounts for what percentage of cancers in men?
    0.25%
  35. What is a common etiological agent for neoplasms of the penis?
    HPV
  36. HPV is a common etiological agent for what male urogenital disease?
    Neoplasms of the penis
  37. What is a precancerous lesion of the penis reffered to as?
    Bowen’s disease
  38. What is Bowen’s disease?
    Precancerous lesion of the penis
  39. What is an alternate name for Bowen’s disease?
    Squamous cell carcinoma in situ
  40. Squamous cell carcinoma in situ can also be called:
    Bowen’s disease
  41. Describe Epispadias:
    Abnormal opening of the urethra on the dorsal aspect of the penis
  42. Describe Hypospadias:
    Abnormal opening of the urethra on the ventral side of the penis
  43. What is the name for the condition where there is an abnormal opening of the urethra on the ventral side of the penis?
    Hypospadias
  44. What is the name of the condition where there is an abnormal opening of the urethra on the dorsal side of the penis?
    Epispadias
  45. At what point is cancer invasive?
    When it breaks through the basement membrane
  46. When cancer breaks through the basement membrane it is considered”:
    Invasive
  47. What disease is considered intraepithelial carcinoma?
    Bowen’s disease
  48. What type of cancer is Bowen’s disease (other than squamous cell in situ)?
    Intraepithelial carcinoma
  49. Describe Cryptochidism:
    Undescended testis

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