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The following lecture aims at discussing about the Development of External Genitalia. Section one starts off by putting forth an overview elucidating how indifferent stage is distinct from the definitive stage. Moving forward, the educator has talked about Embryonic Structures & Their Homologous Adult in tabular form. In the end, the educator has broadly conversed about the Indifferent Stage.
Section two sheds light on Male Genitalia. Firstly, the educator has spoken about the Development of Male Genitalia. Secondly, the educator has narrated the Development of Penile Urethra explicitly, covering every dimension. Following this, the Development of Prepuce of the Penis has also been highlighted. The educator has then concluded this section by talking about the Development of Scrotum.
Section three accommodates Female Genitalia. The educator has commenced by comprehensively describing the Development of External Female Genitalia. Along with this, the development of vestibule of vagina has been spoken about. The educator has winded up by mentioning about the development of labia minora and labia majora.
The prime focus of section four is the Clinical Correlation. In the beginning, the educator has talked about the Congenital Anomalies of Urethra. Subsequently, the educator has shed light on the Types of Hypospadias followed by a description on the Congenital Anomalies of Penis. Successively, the educator moves forward to explain two conditions entitled Phimosis and Klinefelter’s Syndrome. This section comes to an end when the educator elucidates about Hermaphrodites and Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome.
Relocation of Testis and Ovaries
The focal point of section five is the Relocation of Testis and Ovaries. Firstly, the educator has communicated about the Descent of Testis. Secondly, the educator sheds light on various Factors Responsible for Descent of Testis. Afterwards, the educator elaborately reports about two medical conditions; Gubernaculum testis and Processus Vaginalis. Furthermore, the Factors Responsible for Descent of Testis have been presented. Later on, the educator has demonstrated about Calcitonin and Cryptorchidism (Undescended Testis) followed by an account of Ectopic Testis. Moreover, Congenital indirect inguinal hernia and Congenital Hydrocele have also been described. The educator then moves on to extensively explain the Descent of Ovary. In the end, the educator has wrapped up by conversing about Clinical Correlation.