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== Development ==
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*state the origin of the cells that contribute to the formation of the genital ridges
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*name the factors that influence whether a male of female reproductive tract will be formed
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*describe the formation and name the components of the "indifferent" gonad, genital ducts and external genitalia
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*outline the changes that occur following the "indifferent" stages of development which lead to the formation of the definitive male and female gonads, reproductive tracts and external genitalia
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*describe the descent of the testis into the scrotum and explain what prevents ovary from descending to the same extent
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*explain the following in terms of abnormal development of the reproductive tract - bicornuate uterus, imperforate hymen, congenital indirect hernia, hypospadias
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== Female ==
 
== Female ==
 
[[Image:Image1166.gif|thumb|250px|Sagittal section of the lower part of a female trunk, right segment.]]
 
[[Image:Image1166.gif|thumb|250px|Sagittal section of the lower part of a female trunk, right segment.]]
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*define the term "broad ligament" and name its parts and contents
 
*define the term "broad ligament" and name its parts and contents
 
*outline the arterial supply, venous and lymphatic drainage and innervation of the reproductive organs
 
*outline the arterial supply, venous and lymphatic drainage and innervation of the reproductive organs
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=== Histology ===
 
=== Histology ===
  
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=== Development ===
  
 
== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==
 
*[[Media:Pelvis&ReproNotesDrJohnson.pdf |Pelvis and reproduction lecture notes (PDF)]]
 
*[[Media:Pelvis&ReproNotesDrJohnson.pdf |Pelvis and reproduction lecture notes (PDF)]]

Revision as of 12:33, 19 April 2004

Development

  • state the origin of the cells that contribute to the formation of the genital ridges


  • name the factors that influence whether a male of female reproductive tract will be formed


  • describe the formation and name the components of the "indifferent" gonad, genital ducts and external genitalia


  • outline the changes that occur following the "indifferent" stages of development which lead to the formation of the definitive male and female gonads, reproductive tracts and external genitalia


  • describe the descent of the testis into the scrotum and explain what prevents ovary from descending to the same extent


  • explain the following in terms of abnormal development of the reproductive tract - bicornuate uterus, imperforate hymen, congenital indirect hernia, hypospadias

Female

Sagittal section of the lower part of a female trunk, right segment.

Objectives

  • describe the structure, general function and location of the uterus, uterine tubes, ovaries and vagina
  • state the changes that occur in the position and size of the uterus during the life cycle and during pregnancy
  • name the structures that support and stabilize the uterus and vagina
  • define the term "broad ligament" and name its parts and contents
  • outline the arterial supply, venous and lymphatic drainage and innervation of the reproductive organs

Development

Male

  • describe the structure, basic function and location of the testes, epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate gland and penis
  • describe the formation of the ejaculatory ducts and their relationship to the prostatic urethra
  • state the arterial supply and venous and lymphatic drainage of the organs
  • outline the innervation of the organs and state its functional significance

Histology

Development

Resources