Male pelvic organs
1-The mother of a newborn you are examining voices concern that one of her son’s testicles has not yet “appeared.”
a- What can you tell this mother to reassure her? What is the expected time for final descent of the testes into the scrotal sac?
2-A 60-year-old man asks you whether it is still possible for him to become a father.
a-How would you respond to this patient? What effect does aging have on male fertility?
3-You are performing a genital examination on a 12-year-old boy who seems noticeably embarrassed and nervous.
a-What communication measures can be included to decrease anxiety and facilitate the examination?
4-A patient has an erection while you are performing a genital examination.
a-What is the best response to decrease anxiety and embarrassment
5-Describe the cremasteric reflex
6-What may a hard, enlarged, painless testicle indicate?
8- Explain Klinefelter syndrome
9-Which type of tumor is the most common cancer occurring in young men?
10-What is testicular torsion?
11-Which disorder of unknown cause and characterized by a fibrous band in the corpus cavernosum is generally unilateral and results in deviation of the penis during erection?
12- Which part of the male genitalia is a soft, comma-shaped structure located on the posterolateral and upper aspect of the testis in 90% of males and provides for storage, maturation, and transit of sperm?