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What hormone is the adrenal medulla responsible for secreting? A. Gonadocorticoids B. Estrogen C. Epinephrine D. Androgen
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User: What hormone is the adrenal medulla responsible for secreting? A. Gonadocorticoids B. Estrogen C. Epinephrine D. Androgen

User: The ________is about the size of a walnut and encircles the urethra as it leaves the urinary bladder. A. Testis B. Gonad C. Thyroid gland D. Prostate gland

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The Prostate gland is about the size of a walnut and encircles the urethra as it leaves the urinary bladder.
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