Discover the role of the prostate gland in male reproductive health and its impact on fertility and urination. Learn about common conditions and treatment options.
Get the facts on the bulbourethral glands, or Cowper’s glands, including anatomy, function, and the role they play in male reproductive health.
The ejaculatory ducts (also called the ductus ejaculatorii), are a pair of hollow tubes in the male anatomy that are located on either side of the prostate gland. Each measures approximately two centimeters in length and is formed when the duct of a seminal vesicle merges with the vas deferens…
The seminal vesicles (also called seminal glands or vesicular glands) are two sac-like glands located in a man’s pelvis that are responsible for the production of the fluids that make up semen…
What Are Seminiferous Tubules? The seminiferous tubules are where the production, maturation and transport of the sperm cells takes place. The seminiferous tubules are located in the male
What Is the Epididymis? The epididymis is a long, thin, tightly-coiled tube connecting each testicle to a vas deferens in the male reproductive system. It is used to
The vas deferens are a pair of long, muscular tubes that extend from the epididymis to the pelvic cavity at the level of the bladder. During ejaculation, sperm