I'm going to show you a little of the urinary system as well as the reproductive system that we can see with him. The kidney is on this side so I will have you guys come over here when we are done and take a look at that.
What we can see here we've done a mid sagittal section right down the middle dividing the reproductive system in half. What we can see here is we have a tube. This is the ureter it was connected right up here at the kidney. It runs down and going to attach on the posterior side of the bladder. This structure right here is the bladder. You can see the really thick muscle surrounding the bladder. Inside the bladder all kinds of little ridges, those are called rugae to allow for bladder expansion. This is the detrusor muscle that is running through here.
Inside here, we've sliced the bladder in half. Leaving the bladder, is the urethra. This structure right here is actually the prostate. Ok, so the prostate has been cut in half. Right in here is going to be the seminal vesicle; it is kind of hard to see the seminal vesicle with him. Really all we can see is the prostate.
One thing that is interesting here, is he has a tumor in the inside his bladder. Not sure, we haven't done the pathology analysis to see if it is prostate cancer or if it is bladder cancer. But, he actually has a large tumor mass in his lung, and people who develop lung cancer; it is actually very highly metastatic, and those cancer cells for some reason like to set up shop in the bladder. So, people who have tumors in the lungs will often develop tumors in the bladder as well. That is kind-of what is going on there. I speculate that may be what is going on there.
Moving on to the reproductive system:
What we can kind of see the urethra running through here connecting here. Kind of hard to see, the prostatic urethra. Here is the body wall, here is where we are going to have....
Right through here is going to be the membranous urethra. Here we have the peins, this is going to be the spongy urethra. You can see the urethra running right through the center of the penis. One thing that is really clear with the penis is , we can see this is all part of the Corpora cavernosa,. Right around the urethra and right around the glans penis, is the corpus spongiosum. Corpus cavernosum is on one side and corprus spongiosum is on the other.
Here is the scrutom and testies, deep to the skin is the dartos muscle, through here is the cremaster muscle, which is skeletal muscle. This tissue membrane that you can see is the, the tunica vaginalis. The tunica albugina is right against the surface of the testy. It is pretty dense; it has a lot of collagen in it.
This is going to be the testie it's self. It wraps around where we are going to have the epididimus forming. We have the head of the epididimus here and it drops back here and loops back on it's self. Here you can see all of these tissues. You can see this cord running up through here, this is the spermatic cord. It contains the ductus deferens, blood vessels and nerves. It is going to enter the body wall right here, it is hard to see on him, but it goes around this way... if we turn this around, as it goes around it enters the body right through here and enters the inguinal cannel. Inguinal cannel is where it enters into the pelvis, body cavity. You can see the spermatic cord coming up and completely surrounded by connective tissue.
Come over on this side... Here we have the liver, gallbladder, and inferior vena cava. That's all dried blood in there, which is kind of fixed. This is all part of the adrenal glands that are sitting on top kidney as part of the endocrine system. Here we have the kidney it's self. There is a thin fibrous capsule layer on top of the kidney. Here we can see this structure. This is the ureter. It's been cut. We also have the renal vessels. We have all the renal veins and arteries connecting here, at the renal hilum, where everything connects. It give you an idea of how big the kidneys are.
I'm convinced that the penis museum in Iceland is a good thing. Better yet would be a penis museum limited to the Human species only. As we all are human (well, most of us anyway), it follows that we are more likely interested in how we are made and how our parts interact. We all know what the human body looks like on the outside. But mostly only surgeons get to understand what we look like inside, under the skin.
WTF Video should be 18 plus so as to clear warn of graphic content. Should have a notice at the start of the video before the video happens. Sort this out bro or I am going to have to complain to Youtube. I am experiencing hematuria and happened to stumble across this video, not pleasant.
PLease sort out.
You need to grow the fuck up! Not pleasant? Don’t fucking watch. The description of this video says it all. Go ahead and complain to YouTube. They’ll think you’re a loon like everyone else here. Get some therapy; then go get laid. If you can get laid, that is.
+The_beef_is_on There's nothing graphic about this. It's for educational purposes. The title clearly tells you what's going on in the video, so if you don't want to see a dead person's genitals, you shouldn't watch the video.
+C T Yeah.
If I were a MD it would be ok.
Doctors have to attend some autopsies.
Anatomy is not just learnt from books.
And many doctors offer their bodies for that.
For MDs to come.
In Finland it is a tradition for doctors to offer their bodies to doctors of tomorrow.
Better to watch and learn.
If it disgusts you, so...f-off.
I keep trying to find a transverse image of the corpus cavernosum in a fairly fresh specimen, but I keep getting the feeling that is not going to pan out for me.
I wish i could say I had a good reason, but honestly I am just curious about what it looks like.