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Testicular Cancer
...  in a loose skin below the penis (called the sac) and contained by the scrotum, the male testicles are the ones that produce the reproductive sperm as well as the male sex hormone. Unfortunately, the testicles are not safe from developing cancer. Among male individuals between 15 to 34 years of age, testicular cancer is statistically the most widespread type of cancer. Unfortunately due to  ...

Penis
...  many functions. In a state of erection penis is used as the copulatory organ necessary for reproduction. Penis is located on the front part of pelvis suspended from the perineum. Combined with the scrotum penis make up the external male genitalia. As a copulative organ penis responds to any sexual stimulation. Its muscle relaxes and penis gets filled with blood. The tissue structure of the  ...

Vagina
...  and is often referred to as the “large lips.” This part varies in size, but it is generally large, fleshy and contains sweat and oil-secreting glands, making it the female version of the scrotum of the male penis. This is the part that gets covered by hair when females reach puberty. Labia Minora This is the part of the vagina that looks like a smaller version of the Labia Majora;  ...

Scrotum
...  scrotum is the one that houses the testes and provides structural support. It is a septum, a specialized connective tissue which is responsible for the internal division which leads to the two specific compartments that contain the testes. It is the scrotum alongside the penis that is firmly attached to the urogenital triangle. The anus is comprised within the posterior section of this  ...

Testes
...  testes or testicles are found and housed within the scrotum. Their main use is to produce sperm and androgens. Androgens are the ones responsible for the regulation of spermatogena as well as for determining the development and function relating to the secondary sex organs. Each testicle is roughly 4 centimetres long and around 2.5 centimetres in diameter. The testes are encased within two  ...

Vulva
...  of the external genitalia where the sebaceous glands and the sweat glands lie. The other parts of the vulva rely on the labia majora for protection, and this is the female counterpart for the male scrotum. The labia majora protects the clitoris partially, by forming a hood like covering in it. Labia Minora This part of the external genitalia is located in the middle of the labia majora. It is  ...

Perineum
...  and that area is the urogenital triangle and it surrounds the muscles of the pelvis. The back part of the perinium is separated by the anal triangle. The perineum serves as connecting point for the scrotum and the  ...


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