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Stack #31355

Mod F Unit 4 Words Thompson Institute hbg

amni/o amnion
-centesis surgical puncture to remove fluid
eclamps/o flashing
-emesis vomiting
episi/o vulva
gravid/o pregnancy
hyper- over, beyond
-ia state or condition
nulli- none
-osis disease, abnormal condition
-otomy surgical incision
-para to bear
pelv/i pelvis
pre- before, in front of
pyr/o fever, fire
amniocentesis surgical puncture of removing amniotic fluid
cerclage suturing the cervix
colostrum thin yellowish fluid secreted by the breasts during pregnancy
edema swelling
effacement thinning of the cervix
episiotomy surgical incision to enlarge the vaginal opening
gestation the term of pregnancy
Goodell's sign the softening of the uterine cervix
gravida a woman is pregnant
Hegar's sign softening of the lower segment of the uterus
multipara a woman who has given birth 2 or more times after 20 wks gestation
nullipara uncomplete pregnancy beyond 20 wks
para- a woman who has produced an infant regardless of alive or stillborn
parturition the act of giving birth
pre-eclampsia high blood pressure, with edema after 20 wks gestation
quickening the first feeling of movement felt by expectant mother
trimester one of three periods of which pregnancy is divided
AFP alpha feta protein
CS cesarean section
EDC expected date of confinement
EDD expected date of delivery
FHR fetal heart rate
FHT fetal heart tones
GPA gravida, para, abortion
NSD normal spontaneous delivery
NST non-stress test
SVD spontaneous vaginal delivery
Created by: shady123