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What is the sperms food supply?
fructose
Which nerve supply is responsible for erection?
parasympathetics
Which nerve supply is responsible for emission?
sympathetics
How long does spermatogenesis take?
2 months
What produces Testosterone?
leydig cells
What do sertoli cells secrete?
ABP and inhibin
Which enzyme is responsible for conversion of T to estogen?
aromatase
Which cell iis responsible for converting cholesterol to androstenedione?
thecal
Which cell is responsible for androstenedione to estrogen?
granulosa
Which enzyme is responsible for cholesterol to androstenedione?
desmolase
Which enzyme is responsible for androstenedione to estrogen?
aromatase
Which pit hormone inc desmolase?
LH
Which pit hormone inc aromatase?
FSH
Which hormone inc myometrial excitability?
estrogen
Which hormone dec myometrial excitability?
progesterone
When does the estrogen surge happen?
day before ovulation
What causes ovulation?
LH surge
What happens to cerical mucosa during ovulation?
ferning
What is Mittelschmerz?
blood from ruptured follicle causes peritoneal irritation that can mimic appendicitis
What can mimic appendicitis?
Mittelschmerz
When dose an ovum begin meiosis I?
during fetal life
When does an ovum finish meiosis I?
prior to ovulation
What phase is meiosis II stuck in?
Metaphase until fertilization
What is the avg age of menopause?
51
What happens when there is incompete fusion of the paramesonephric ducts?
bicornate uterus
What does failure of uretheral folds to close result in?
hypospadia
What does faulty positioning of genital tubercle cause?
epispadia
What are the effects of Turner's?
webbed neck, coarc of aorta
What is the most common causes of primary ammenorrhea?
Turner's
When don't you see a barr body?
turners
When do you see a barr body when you shouldn't?
klinefelter's
What is the most common tumor in females?
leiomyoma
What is Meig's Syndrome?
ovarian fibroma, ascites, hydrothorax
What is one ovarian tumor you should consider in a kid with precocous puberty?
granulosa cell tumor
Where do you see Call-Exner bodies?
granulosa cell tumor
What is the single most imp prognostic factor for Breast CA?
lymph node status
What should you test in prostate CA?
PSA and alk PO4
What is the most common testicular CA of older men?
lymphoma