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controls spermatogenesis

FSH

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Interstitial cells of Leydig

make testosterone

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anchors ovaries medially to uterus

ovarian ligament

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anchors ovaries laterally to pelvic wall

suspensory ligament

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strong ligament supporting uterine tubes, uterus and vagina

broad ligament

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secretes estrogen in 1st half of cycle

corpus luteum

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secreted by corpus luteum in 2nd half of cycle and increases during pregnancy

progesterone

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stimulates ovulation

luteinizing hormone

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maintains corpus luteum,
detected in home pregnancy tests

human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG)

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triangle formed by omohyoid bellies and SCM

carotid triangle

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triangle formed by bellies of digastric muscle and the mandible

submandibular triangle

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floor of triangle of auscultation

rhomboid major

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McBurney's point

point of tenderness from appendicitis

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major nerve of carpal tunnel

median nerve

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boundaries of femoral triangle

inguinal ligament, adductor longus, and sartorius

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Hesselbach's triangle

location of direct inguinal hernia

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sits in sella turcica

pituitary

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largest endocrine gland

thyroid

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part of adrenals that secretes steroid hormones (sweet salty sex)

cortex

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has ducts

exocrine glands

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ductless

endocrine glands

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brain sand

calcification of pineal gland

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"teaches" T-lymphocytes to recognize self

thymus

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3 veins drain into axillary

basilic, brachial, and cephalic

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major vein that drains into femoral

great saphenous

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small saphenous drains into..

popliteal

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surrounds entire muscle

epimysium

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surround muscle fascicles

perimysium

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surround individual muscle fibers

endomysium

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surround entire nerve

epineurium

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surround nerve facicles

perineurium

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surround nerve fiber

endoneurium

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layers of blood vessel walls

tunica adventitia (externa)
tunica media
tunica interna (intima) --> endothelium and basement membrane