Seminal Vesicles

Definition of Seminal Vesicles:

These are a couple of spongy glands, 1.5 to 2 inches long, that secrete high-sugar, acidic, and thick, ropy colloid into the ductus deferens (containing sperm from the testes) during ejaculation.  The two fluids empty into the prostate, where they are mixed with alkaline prostatic fluids to form semen.

Topics Related to Seminal Vesicles


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“...Technically this can also refer to salivary gland calculi and impacted precipitants in the seminal vesicles or prostate.”

Prostate Cancer

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“...The most common technique is a "radical prostatectomy", which involves removing the prostate gland, seminal vesicles and nearby lymph nodes...”
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