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Medical Term. Words

Chapter 10

Female Organs breasts, Fallopian tubes, ovaries, uterus, vagina, Vulva
Ovaries produce female hormones, ovum develops and releases from the ovary
Uterus endometrium, myometrium, perimetrium, cervix
Vagina hymen
Vulva (external genitalia) clitoris, labia majora, labia minora
Amni/o amnion
Gynec/o women, female
Mamm/o breast
Mast/o breast
Part/o pregnancy
-gravida pregnancy
-para to bear (offspring)
Abortion induced & spontaneous (miscarriage)
Afterbirth delivery of placenta
Amnion sac surrounding intrauterine baby that holds fluid
Amnioncentisis puncture to withdraw amnion fluid
Labor Stages: stage 1: dilatation & effacement (D & E) stage 2: expulsion of baby stage 3: expulsion of placenta
Crowning appearance of baby's head at vaginal opening during labor
placenta after birth. nutrients and waste are exchanged between mother and baby through placenta. (baby is attached by umbilical cord)
Umbilical division of the abdomen; the middle section
Umbilical cord cord extending from baby's navel to the placenta
Male organs scrotum, testes, epididymis, vas deferens, urethra, penis
Semen fluid and sperm released when ejaculation occurs
Sperm male gamete
Vasectomy cutting of the vas deferens
Circumcision removing foreskin
mitosis for growth or repair
meiosis for production (gametes)
Created by: avilak