Anatomy and physiology of the male reproductive system (penis (Vascular…
Anatomy and physiology of the male reproductive system
Are there for the production and storage of spermatozoa. They also produce the m ale sex hormone testosterone, which is responsible for the male sexual characteristics.
epididymis is a form of tubular structure in which spermatozoa are transmitted..
consist of numerous seminiferous tubules in which the spermatozoa and sex hormones are from
The testes are two ovoid glands that are formed during the embryonic stage of development in the abdominal cavity behind the peritoneum
Complecations of benign prostate hyperplasia,
Vascular muscle with erectile tissue to initiate and maintain erection.
Is regarded as an organ of corpulation and urination.
It has three cylindrical masses of erectile muscle.
Smaller innermost called corpus spongiosum.
Two larger and outermost called corpora cavernosa.
lead to UTI,kidney inflammation,septicaemia and acute renal failure.
Size and shape of chestnut.
Benign prostatic enlargement compresses urethra.
Alkaline substance protect sperm from vaginal fluid during coitus.
Secrete thin alkaline substance.
20cm long,extends from bladder neck.
Conveys urine,spermatozoa,seminal fluid and prostatic fluid during sexual intercourse.