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5.3.7 Review of male reproductive system


That brings us to the end of the reproductive organs in the male. Before we move on to look at the female reproductive organs, let's review what we've seen in the male.

Here's the testis, the tunica vaginalis, and the epididymis. Here's the ductus deferens, here it is again.

Here are the ampulla of the ductus deferens, and the seminal vesicle, converging on the ejaculatory duct. Here are the corpora cavernosa, and the corpus spongiosum. Here's the prepuce, the glans, the crura of the penis, and the bulb.

Here are the bulbo-spongiousus and ischiocavernosus muscles, and the perineal membrane. Here's the urethra: prostatic, membranous, bulbar, and penile.

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