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Do you want to learn all about male pelvic organs? Here is the sqadia.com medical video just for you. This V learning lecture elaborates about the scrotum, tests and its coverings along with epididymis and vas deferens. Additionally, accessory glands, bulbourethral gland, anatomy of penis along with its vascular supply has been delineated.
Male Reproductive System
In the beginning, the various components of male reproductive system have been discussed. These include primary sex organ, accessory sex glands and external genitalia. Furthermore, scrotum, testis, epididymis and spermatic cord has been delineated. Additionally, arterial supply, venous drainage along with the nerve supply has been explicated.
Initially, the characteristics of testes have been explained. Moreover, its functions, spermatogenesis, tunica vaginalis and tunica albuginea has been conversed about in-detail. In addition to this, internal structure along with both the vascular and nerve supply has been mentioned.
Epididymis and Vas Deferens
Starting off the educator has shed light upon the structure epididymis. Following this, its head, tail and body has been highlighted. Moreover, its functions have been talked about comprehensively. Inspite of this, vas deferens and its ampulla has been highlighted. Conclusively, accessory glands and its functions have been elaborated.
Initially, seminal vesicles, ejaculatory duct and prostate gland has been shed light upon. Furthermore, its surfaces, capsule along with the anterior, superior, inferior and lateral relations have been expansively talked about. In the end, the educator has summed up by mentioning about prostatic urethra and bulbourethral gland.
In the beginning, an overview of penis and corpora cavernosa has been delineated. Additionally, corpora spongiosum, its head, body and tail has been highlighted. Moreover, muscles of penis, ligaments and skin of penis has been elaborated. In the end, the educator has summed up by explaining about the vascular supply and innervation.