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A gland surrounding the neck of the bladder in male mammals and releasing prostatic fluid.
- ‘The prostate gland makes a fluid that provides nutrients for sperm.’
- ‘The prostate gland encircles the urethra adjacent to the neck of the bladder and is formed of 30 to 50 tubuloalveolar glands grouped into lobes.’
- ‘Seminal fluid continues to be produced normally by the prostate gland and seminal vesicles.’
- ‘The prostate gland occurs in all men and all male mammals.’
- ‘Work by relaxing the muscles at the neck of the bladder and in the prostate.’
- ‘In these experiments, pregnant mice were exposed to low levels of bisphenol A at a time when their male fetuses' prostates were developing.’
- ‘Digital rectal examination is performed to examine the prostate gland, seminal vesicles, and possible cysts that can cause ejaculatory duct obstruction.’
- ‘Because the prostate gland sits below the bladder, the disease affects its functions.’
- ‘The prostate gland is just below the bladder, and infections can pass both ways along the urethra.’
- ‘At the time of release, the sperm is mixed with fluid from the seminal vesicles and prostate gland.’
- ‘The most common technique is a ‘radical prostatectomy’, which involves removing the prostate gland, seminal vesicles and nearby lymph nodes.’
- ‘A drug used to fight baldness and enlarged prostates also protects against prostate cancer, offering the first way men can cut their risk for a major cancer killer, researchers reported yesterday.’
- ‘This chapter focuses on infections of the male urethra, epididymis, testis, and prostate.’
- ‘The prostate gland surrounds the urethra at the base of the bladder in men.’
- ‘The section of the urethra that traverses the prostate gland is called the prostatic urethra.’
- ‘The prostate is a small gland about the size of a walnut situated at the base of the bladder.’
- ‘It is sometimes caused by an enlarged prostate gland pressing on the bladder that creates a cavity from which urine cannot entirely empty.’
- ‘The accessory glands, including the seminal vesicles and the prostate gland, provide fluids that lubricate the duct system and nourish the sperm.’
- ‘Most of the semen fluid comes from the prostate gland rather than the testicles.’
- ‘The specimen consisted of a urinary bladder and attached prostate gland with bilateral seminal vesicles and vas deference.’
Mid 17th century: via French from modern Latin prostata, from Greek prostatēs one that stands before from pro before + statos standing.
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