The term urogenital refers to something that has both urinary and genital origins. The word urogenital was formed due to the merging of the urinary and reproductive systems in males. The male urogenital system consists of the following parts: Testes, Efferent ducts, Epididymis, Vas deferens, Ejaculatory ducts, Urethra, Penis, Prostate gland and Accessory Glands (Seminal vesicles and Bulbourethral glands).

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