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Updated: Aug 19 2021

Male Reproductive Anatomy

  • Overview
  • Introduction
    • Ejaculatory Pathway of Sperm ("SEVEn UP")
      • Seminiferous tubules
      • Epididymis
      • Vas deferens
      • Ejaculatory ducts
      • nothing
      • Urethra
      • Penis
  • Venous Drainage
    • Venous drainage
      • left testicular vein → left renal vein → inferior vena cava (IVC)
      • right testicular vein → inferior vena cava (IVC)
    • Pampiniform venous plexus
      • veins emerging from testis and epididymis form pampiniform venous plexus
      • veins of each pampiniform plexus converge superiorly
        • form left and right testicular veins
      • venous plexus may become dilated (varicose) and tortuous, producing a varicocele
        • varicocele occurs predominantly on the left side
          • left testicular vein enters left renal vein at approximately a 90 degree angle
            • increased susceptibility to obstruction or reversal of flow
  • Lymphatic Drainage
    • Lymphatic drainage
      • lumbar (para-aortic) lymph nodes
        • testes
      • superficial inguinal lymph nodes
        • scrotum
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