|Cervix ||Lowest part of the uterus|
|Fallopian tubes ||also known as oviducts, uterine tubes, and salpinges (singular salpinx) are two very fine tubes lined with ciliated epithelia, leading from the ovaries into the uterus, via the utero-tubal junction|
|Endometrium ||The mucous membrane lining the uterus, which thickens during the menstrual cycle in preparation for possible implantation of an embryo|
|Myometrium ||Middle layer of the uterine wall, consisting mainly of uterine smooth muscle cells, but also of supporting stromal and vascular tissue. Its main function is to induce uterine contractions.
|Parametrium ||connective tissue of the pelvic floor extending laterally from the fibrous subserous coat of the supracervical portion of the uterus, and between the layers of the broad ligament.
|Sequelae ||Morbid condition following or occurring as a consequence of another condition or event|
|Dyspareunia ||Painful sexual intercourse|
|Endometritis ||Infection of the endometrium, or decidua, usually results from an ascending infection from the lower genital tract.