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Human System System Of Male Reproductive

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The meeting is been jointly organized by ISAR - Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction & MOGS - Mumbai Obstetric & Gynecological Society.

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Human System System Of Male Reproductive

  1. 1. Male Reproductive System<br />0<br />
  2. 2. Primary<br />Sex Organ<br />Testis<br />Accessory Sex Organs<br />
  3. 3. Function of the Male Reproductive System<br /><ul><li>Primary sex organs:
  4. 4. Gonads (testes): produced:
  5. 5. Gametes: sperms
  6. 6. Sex hormone: testosterone
  7. 7. Genital Ducts: store sperm &transport sperms
  8. 8. Accessory glands: secrete substances that nourish the sperms
  9. 9. External genitalia:
  10. 10. Penis: organ of copulation
  11. 11. Scrotum: protect testis</li></li></ul><li>Testes<br /><ul><li>They are the 1ry sex organ which produce:
  12. 12. spermatozoa (exocrine function)
  13. 13. & testosterone hormone (endocrine function).
  14. 14. Location:
  15. 15. small oval organ located in the scrotum suspended by spermatic cord</li></li></ul><li>Coverings Of The Testes<br /><ul><li>Each testis has the following coverings:
  16. 16. 3 capsules:
  17. 17. tunica vasculosa
  18. 18. tunica albuginia:fibrous layer, which thickened posteriorly to form mediastinum testis
  19. 19. tunica vaginalis: serous layer ,which has visceral & parietal layers</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>3 coats derived from anterior abdominal wall:
  20. 20. Internal spermatic fascia: derived from the fascia transversalis
  21. 21. Cremasteric muscle and fascia: derived from the internal oblique muscle
  22. 22. External spermatic fascia: derived from the external spermatic aponeurosis</li></li></ul><li>The Covering Of The Testis (From Outside To Inside)<br /> Skin (scrotum)<br /> Dartos muscle <br />Colle&apos;s fascia<br />External spermatic fascia<br />Cremasteric muscle & fascia<br /> Internal spermatic fascia<br />Tunica vaginalis: – parietal layer & visceral layer<br />Tunica albuginea (fibrous capsule)<br />Tunica vasculosa<br />
  23. 23. The Covering Of The Testis (From Outside To Inside)<br />
  24. 24. Internal Structure Of The Testis<br />From the medistinum testis septa arise and dividing the testis into 250 lobules each lobule contains 1-4 convoluted seminiferous tubules(60 cm in length)<br />
  25. 25. Connective tissue between the tubules contains interstitial cells of Leydig which secrete testosterone<br />Spermatogenic cells: produce sperms<br />Sertoli cells: supporting<br />The seminiferous tubules join to form straight tubules called tubuli recti<br />Which break into a network of canaliculi called rete testis.<br />
  26. 26. Arterial supply: Testicular artery which is a branch from abdominal aorta at the level of the 2nd lumbar vertebra.<br />Venous drainage: pampiniform plexus of veins, becomes:<br /><ul><li>The right testicular vein &drains into the inferior vena cava,
  27. 27. left testicular vein drains into the left renal vein</li></ul>Blood Supply<br />
  28. 28. Lymph Drainage of the Testis & Scrotum<br />The lymph drainage of the testis and epididymis is into the lumbar or paraaortic lymph nodes at the level of the first lumbar vertebra.<br />The lymph drainage of the scrotal wall is into the superficial inguinal lymph nodes. <br />
  29. 29. Clinical Notes:1-Varicocele<br /><ul><li>A varicocele is a condition in which the veins of the pampiniform plexus are elongated ,dilated and tortuous.
  30. 30. It is a common disorder in young adults, with most occurring on the left side.
  31. 31. This is thought to be because the right testicular vein joins the low-pressure inferior vena cava, whereas the left vein joins the left renal vein, in which the venous pressure is higher.</li></li></ul><li>Cryptorchidism: Undescended Testis:<br />One of the testes may fail to descend into the scrotum during development.<br />
  32. 32. Imperfect descent (Cryptorchidism)<br />Incomplete descent:<br />in which the testis, although traveling down its normal path, fails to reach the floor of the scrotum. It may be found within <br />The abdomen, within the inguinal canal, at the superficial<br /> inguinal ring, or high up in the scrotum.<br />It is necessary for the testes to leave the abdominal cavity<br /> because the temperature there retards the normal process<br /> of spermatogenesis. If an incompletely descended testis is<br /> brought down into the scrotum by surgery before puberty, it<br /> will develop and function normally. A maldescended testis,<br /> although often developing normally, is susceptible to traumatic injury and, for this reason, should be placed in the<br /> scrotum. <br /> The incidence of tumor formation is greater in testes that have not descended into the scrotum.<br />
  33. 33. Hydrocele: This is an accumulation of fluid within the tunica vaginalis.<br />The indirect inguinal hernia: the protrusion of part of the abdominal contents into the inguinal canal &scrotum<br />It is congenital in origin (the remains of the processus vaginalis). The hernial sac enters the inguinal canal through the deep inguinal ring and lateral to the inferior epigastric<br /> vessels. The hernial sac may extend down into the scrotum<br />Scrotal swelling: Varicocele, Inguinal hernia, Hydrocele or testicular tumor<br />
  34. 34. The Scrotum<br />It is a sac of dark & wrinkled skin<br />It is divided by a septum into right & left compartments, each of which enclose:<br /> a testis<br />The epididymis<br />The lower end of the spermatic cord<br />
  35. 35. The wall of the scrotum has the following layers:<br />Skin; dartos muscle; Colles’ fascia; external spermatic fascia; cremastric muscle &fascia; internal spermatic fascia& tunica vaginalis<br /> the dartos muscle is innervated by sympathetic nerve &contraction ofdartosmuscle wrinkles the scrotum & reducing heat loss.<br />The external location of the testis in the scrotum brings the tests in an environment with a temperature less than the body by 1.5-2 degree, a condition necessary for thedevelopment & storage of the sperms.<br />
  36. 36. Spermatic Cord<br />The spermatic cord is a collection of structures that pass through the inguinal canalto and from the testis.<br />It is covered with 3 concentric layers of fascia derived from the layers of the anterior abdominal wall.<br />It begins at the deep inguinal ring& ends at the testis.<br />Structures of the Spermatic Cord:<br /><ul><li>Vas (ductus) deferens
  37. 37. Testicular artery
  38. 38. testicular vein (Pampiniform plexus)
  39. 39. Testicular nerve (Autonomic)
  40. 40. Testicular lymph vessels
  41. 41. Remains of processusvaginalis</li></li></ul><li>The Coverings Of The Spermatic Cord<br /><ul><li>External spermatic fascia: is derived from the external oblique aponeurosis
  42. 42. Cremasteric muscle & fascia: derived from the internal oblique muscle
  43. 43. Internal spermatic fascia: is derived from transversalis fascia</li></li></ul><li>Pathway of Sperm<br />Seminiferous tubules<br />Rete testis<br />Epididymis<br />Vas (ductus) deferens<br />Ampulla of vas deferens<br />Ejaculatory duct<br />Prostatic urethra<br />Membranous urethra<br />Penile (spongy) urethra<br />
  44. 44. Genital Ducts<br />Conduct the sperms from the testis to the urethra.<br />They allow the maturation & storage of spermatozoa<br />They include:<br /><ul><li>Tubuli recti.
  45. 45. Rete testis.
  46. 46. Efferent ductules.
  47. 47. Duct of Epididymis
  48. 48. Vas deferens
  49. 49. Ejaculatory ducts
  50. 50. urethra</li></li></ul><li>Epididymis<br />It is a highly coiled tube 6 meters)<br />Forms a comma- shaped structure in relation to the posterior part of testis.<br />It is formed of the following parts:<br />Head: the upper part that forms a cap around the upper pole of the testis.<br />Body: the middle part behind the testis.<br />Tail: the lower part which is continuous with the vas deferens.<br /><ul><li>The sperms stored & complete their maturation in epididymis until ejaculation.</li></li></ul><li>Vas Deferens<br />It Is a cord like structure45 cm tube with thick muscular wall <br />It transmits the sperms from the epididymis to the ejaculatory duct.<br />1-It begins in the scrotum as a continuation of the tail of the epididymis behind the testis.<br />It ascends in the spermatic cord <br />2- It enters the inguinal canal<br />At the deep inguinal ring, it hooks around the lateral side of the inferior epigastric artery to enter the pelvis. <br />
  51. 51. 3-Then, it passes on the side wall of pelvis crossing the following from above down:<br />External iliac vessels<br />Umbilical artery<br />Obturator nerve & vessels<br />Then, it passes medially crossing over the ureter and descends behind the base of urinary bladder medial to seminal vesicle where it forms the ampulla of vas.<br />It join the duct of seminal vesicle to form ejaculatory duct.<br />Vasectomy:male sterilization is done by vasectomy, where a short segment of vas is cut through an incision in the upper part of the scrotum .<br />
  52. 52. Ejaculatory Duct<br /><ul><li>Formed by union of the ampulla of the vas deferens with the duct of the seminal vesicle.
  53. 53. It opens in the prostatic urethra.
  54. 54. Urethra:
  55. 55. Is a common passageway for urine and semen.</li></li></ul><li>Accessory Glands<br />Are the glands that secrete substances into the passageways that transport sperms.<br />These substances contribute to liquid part of semen.<br />They include:<br />Seminal vesicle<br />Prostate<br />Bulbourethral (Cowper’s) glands<br />
  56. 56. Seminal Vesicle<br /><ul><li>They are in the form of sacculated glands 5 cm long
  57. 57. lying behind the urinary bladder, lateral to the ampulla of vas& anterior to the rectum.
  58. 58. Formed of highly coiled tube
  59. 59. Its duct joins the vas deferens to form ejaculatory duct
  60. 60. Its secretion constituting 60% of semen. This secretion is alkaline & contains fructose.</li></li></ul><li>Prostate Gland<br /><ul><li>Single gland (2,3,4cm)
  61. 61. Site: lies below the neck of urinary bladder
  62. 62. behind the lower border of symphysis pubis
  63. 63. surrounding the upper part of the urethra (prostatic urethra).</li></ul>Shape: inverted cone which has:<br />Apex.<br />Base.<br />4 surfaces.<br />
  64. 64. Apex: directed downwards<br />Base: directed upwards. It is directly with the bladder neck. It is pierced by the urethra <br />Posterior surface:related to ampulla of rectum<br />It is pierced by 2 ejaculatory ducts<br />Anterior surface:<br />lies behind <br />the lower <br />border of <br />Symphysis<br /> pubis<br />
  65. 65. Prostate Gland<br /><ul><li>Its ducts open along the urethral crest
  66. 66. It produces an acidic secretion, which is add to the (25%) semen during ejaculation
  67. 67. The urethra & 2 ejaculatory ducts traverse the prostate; dividing it into 5 lobes: </li></ul>Lobes:1. Median:It lies between the urethra and the 2 ejaculatory ducts. It projects inside the urinary bladder forming “uvula vesicae” just behind the internal urethral meatus. It contains much glandular tissue (common site of adenoma). 2.Anterior, 3.Posterior 4.Right & 5. left lateral lobes<br />
  68. 68. Hypertrophy Of Prostate With Age<br /><ul><li>The prostate undergo hypertrophy with age (50 y) resulting in benign hyperplasia, a condition that may constrict the urethra resulting in difficulty in urination
  69. 69. Per rectal examination of the prostate</li></ul>Bulbourethral (Cowper’s) glands:<br />They are small gland that lie on either side of membranous urethra. They open into penile urethra. They produce alkaline secretion that protecting the sperms & lubricate the tip of the penis<br />
  70. 70. Penis: Erectile Bodies<br />It is the copulatory organ in man that passes urine & semen.<br />It is a highly vascular cylindrical organ<br />Glans<br /><ul><li>Erection is by parasympathetic nerves.
  71. 71. Ejaculation: is by sympathetic nerves.</li></ul>Corpora cavernosa<br />Corpusspongiosum<br />Bulb of penis<br />Crus of penis<br />
  72. 72. It consists of a :<br />Root: that attach penis to perineum<br />A body (shaft):<br />Glans penis: enlarged end of the body. Prepuce (foreskin): partially covers glans and surrounds external urethral meatus (may be removed in circumcision)<br />
  73. 73. Internal Structure Of The Penis<br />It consists of 3 masses of erectile tissue:<br />2 corpora cavernosa<br />Corpus spongiosum: is traversed by the urethra & its posterior end expand to form the bulb of the penis.<br />

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