Physiology of ejaculatory duct

Ejaculatory duct unites the duct of the seminal vesicle and that of the ductus deferens. It enters the prostate gland where it discharges its content which is semen consisting of fluid from seminal vesicle, and the ductus deferens.

Ejaculatory duct receives semen from the seminal vesicles and pass them straight into the prostatic urethra.

This duct which traverses the prostate gland  is formed by the continuation of the ductus deferens and the duct of seminal vesicle. It opens into the prostatic urethra on the sides of seminal colliculus.


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