Case 13 Part 5



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What's inside?


 

Male reproductive anatomy
Penis
Foreskin
Scrotum
Testes
Spermatic cord
Epididymis
Inguinal canal
Seminiferous tubules
Tunica albuginea



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Discussion Questions


 
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1. Identify the anatomy listed in “What’s inside?”
 
 
2. What structures run inside the inguinal canal?
 
 
3. Where are the proximal and distal attachments of each of the structures inside the spermatic cord.
 
 
4. What is testicular torsion? Based on your understanding of spermatic cord anatomy, why can torsion require emergency surgery?
 
 
5. Why is testicular removal through the inguinal canal rather than through a scrotal incision?
 
 
6. Explain inguinal hernia. How and where does the bowel herniate?
 
 
7. Pathologists: What is the “string test”?




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