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  1. Surgical repair of hypospadias using the foreskin of the head of the penis would be termed
    • orchidopexy
    • balanopexy
    • oophoropexy
    • balanoplasty
    • colpoplasty
  2. Cancer of the testicle usually requires its surgical removal. This procedure is termed
    • orchidectomy
    • orchidoplasty
    • orchidopexy
    • orchiocatabasis
    • orchidoptosis
  3. A hydrocele defines
    • blood engorged, enlarged testicular veins
    • a hernia in the inguinal region
    • a clear fluid filled sac partially surrounding the testis
    • a urinary tract opening along the under surface of the penis
    • a partial obstruction of the urethra at the base of the bladder
  4. The surgical procedure performed to relieve partial obstruction of the male urethra due to an enlarged gland at the base of the bladder is called a
    • BPH
    • TURP
    • IVP
    • UTI
    • CVA
  5. Cryptorchidism refers to
    • congenital absence of a testicle
    • an undescended testicle (not in scrotum)
    • inflammation of a testicle
    • a tumor of the testicle
    • presence of a testicle in a female
  6. A male with testosterone deficiency may most likely be treated with which of the following agents to restore and maintain normal sexual function?
    • carcinogenic
    • iatrogenic
    • estrogenic
    • androgenic
    • androgynous
  7. Surgical implantation of an undescended testicle into the scrotum and anchoring it in its correct anatomical position is termed
    • orchidectomy
    • orchidoplasty
    • orchidopexy
    • orchiocatabasis
    • orchidoptosis
  8. Inflammation of the head of the penis is termed
    • oophoritis
    • salpingitis
    • orchiditis
    • balanitis
    • epididymitis

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