What is the main cause of penis infection?
*STDs are the second cause
What is the course of the superficial dorsal vein?
- Runs backwards in the subcutaneous tissue
- Inclines to the right or left
- Opens into the corresponding superficial external pudendal vein
*The external pudendal vein drains into the great saphenous vein
The superficial dorsal vein of the penis drains the ____---- and __________.
Prepuse and skin of penis
The deep dorsal vein is branch of the ___________.
Internal iliac vein
The _________ nerves control genital erection in both sexes.
Pelvic splanchnic nerve
*The pelvic splanic nerve contains parasympathetic fibers from S2 to S4
The inferior hypogastric plexus is formed from the joining of _______ and _________.
Pelvic splanchnic nerves
As a zygote, egg normally impants on posterior wall of the _______.
What is the normal angle betweeen the vaginal canal and the cervix?
Function of the ovaries
- Produce female gametes through oogenesis
- Produce female hormones (estrogen and progesterone)
- Located in the pelvic cavity
- Suspended by the suspensory ligament
- Attached to the uterus by the ovarian ligament
NOTE: Eggs are ovulated into the peritoneal cavity
The _________ of an oviduct provides a window through which bacteria can enter the peritoneal cavity after traveling up the vagina, uterus and oviducts.
A benign tumor of fibrous tissue that may occur in the myometrium of the uterine wall
*May be totally without symptoms or may cause abnormal menstrual patterns or infertility
NOTE: The fallopian tube is located between
Feritlization usually occurs in the __________.
*Movement of the egg is controlled by peristalsis and cilia. Fibrae move egg into the infundibulum
Lowest portion of the abdominopelvic cavity
NOTE: This is a shite where infection and fluids typically collect
The peritoneal cavity is completely enclosed except: _____, ______, and ______.
- The infundibulum of the oviducts
What are the three parts of the broad ligament?
In women, a _______________ separates the posterior surface of the vagina from the rectum.
NOTE: If the uterosacral ligament becomes too weak then prolaspe occurs and the eggs cannot fertilize.
The uterine artery is a branch of the _________.
Internal iliac artery
NOTE: The vaginal artery is a branch of the uterine artery
The vaginal artery is analogous to the __________ artery in a male.
NOTE: It descends upon the vagina and branches to the neck of the bladder
The ureter is crossed by the ________ artery.
NOTE: During a hysterectomy, the ureter can be mistakenly cut instead of the uterine artery.