Practice Quizzes

Chapter 5: Male Sexual Anatomy and Physiology

1: The ______ is a male sexual organ consisting of the root, the shaft, and the glans.
glans penis
coronal ridge
scrotum
penis
corona
2: The opening of the urethra in the head of the penis is called the ______.
meatus
coronal ridge
glans penis
foreskin
none of the above
3: The AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) has advised that the benefits of circumcision are not significant enough to recommend it as a routine procedure.
TRUE
FALSE
4: The scrotum is a sac of skin containing the testes and the ______.
tunica dartos
urethra
corpora cavernosa
corpus spongiosum
spermatic cords
5: It is possible to remove viable sperm ______ after a man''s death.
14 hours
16 hours
18 hours
20 hours
24 hours
6: The storage and maturation of spermatozoa occurs in the ______.
epididymis
vas deferens
seminal vesicles
Cowper's gland
testes
7: Testosterone supplements are sometimes administered to treat ______ in older individuals.
effectiveness in communication
erectile dysfunction
osteoporosis
testicular cancer
none of the above
8: Several factors that place a man at risk of developing prostate cancer include all of the following EXCEPT
age
heredity
being African-American
a PSA test value below 4mg/ml.
None of the above answers are correct.
9: Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in young men aged ___ to ___.
25, 30
29, 35
35, 41
43, 51
51, 80
10: ______ flaccid penises tend to expand more during erection than do ______ flaccid penises.
Large, small
Large, medium sized
Small, large
Small, medium sized
None of the above answers are correct
11: Male reproductive system illnesses and conditions include all of the following EXCEPT
breast cancer.
prostatitis.
benign prostatic hyperplasia.
prostate cancer.
endometriosis.
12: Sperm are stored in the epididymis for up to ______.
six weeks
six days
four weeks
four days
none of the above
13: The male internal genitals contain numerous structures including the urethra, corpora cavernosa, scrotum, and the testes.
TRUE
FALSE
14: Sperm are produced in the seminiferous tubules.
TRUE
FALSE
15: In men, FSH and LH (also called ICSH) stimulate the testes to produce sperm and estrogen.
TRUE
FALSE
16: Men do not have to be concerned about breast cancer.
TRUE
FALSE
17: ______ refers to an infection of the prostate gland.
Epididymitis
Prostate Cancer
Impotence
Urinary tract infection
Prostatitis
18: The ______ are structures located within the testes that actually produce the sperm.
Vas deferens
Seminiferous tubules
Seminal vesicles
Spermatic cord
Interstitial cells
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