Diagram of penis
A fully captioned cross-section of an intact penis, linked to a detailed and illustrated glossary. The human body is one complex network, universally accepted as the most intriguing construct. It is
certainly the most widely studied structure the world over. Undermentioned are little- and well-known facts about the human body. The penis contains arteries that pump blood to the penis, causing an erection. The deep dorsal artery of penis is part of the internal pudendal artery that provides blood to the penis. This artery Scaramucci reportedly planned to give Trump a diagram of news outlets he thought Priebus had leaked to An adult penis with an erect length of less than 7 cm or 2.76 inches but otherwise formed normally is referred to in a medical context as having the micropenis condition. The condition affects 0.6% of men. Some of the
identifiable causes are deficiency of pituitary growth hormone or gonadotropins, mild degrees of androgen insensitivity, a variety of genetic syndromes and variations in certain The penis is composed of three cylinders encased in a sheath called the bucks fascia. These three cylinders are the corpus spongiosum and two corpora cavernosa known as the corpus cavernosum of penis. Hypospadias. Hypospadias is a birth defect of the penis. The development of the phallus halts, leaving the opening of the urethra under instead of at the top of the penis. All living things reproduce. Reproduction — the process by which organisms make more organisms like themselves — is one of the things that set living things apart from nonliving matter. But even though the reproductive system is essential to keeping a species alive, unlike other body systems
it Clitoris: Clitoris, female erogenous organ capable of erection under sexual stimulation. A female homologue of the male penis, the clitoris develops (as does the penis) from the genital tubercle of the fetus, and it plays an important role in female sexual response. The body of the clitoris … The Boy’s Puberty Section. Most common concerns for boys: Click on Links to open pages.