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Review of Diseases 9


syphilis STD caused by spirochete Treponema pallidum
gonorrhea STD causing discharge
human papillomavirus STD causing genital warts
herpes simplex STD viral infection causing vesicular rash
prostatis inflammation of the prostate gland
uterine fibroids benign tumors in the uterus (leiomyomas)
endometriosis growth of endometrial tissues outside the uterus
Pelvic inflammatory disease PID - acute or chronic infection of the female reproductive system
uterine prolapse abnormal positioning/displacement of the uterus downward into the vagina
balanoposthitis inflammation of glans penis and foreskin
fibrocystic breast disease multiple lumps in the breast of fluid filled cysts or fibrous tissue
dysmenorrhea pain with menses
infertility inability to achieve pregnancy after a period of 1 year or more without use of contraceptives
erectile dysfunction term used for many disorders that may cause the ability to achieve or maintain en erection`
eclampsia condition characterized by severe hypertension in pregnancy that can lead to convulsions and coma
benign prostatic hypertrophy BPH - benign enlargement of the prostate gland
placenta previa placental placement lower in the uterus than the developing fetus
trichomoiasis STC caused by flagellated organism causing frothy, foul smelling discharge and irritation
Created by: cskinner