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MT Short Course Sys4

Female Reproductive System Abbreviations and Terms

cervic/o carvix
col/o vagina
hyster/o uterus
mamm/o mast/o breast
metri/o uter/o uterus
o/o egg
oophor/o ovari/o ovary
salping/o fallopian or uterine tube
CS cesarean section; removal of infant from uterus via abdominal incision
D&C dilation and currettage; widening of cervix and scraping of uterus
DUB dusfunctional uterine bleeding
GYN gynecology; study of women's diseases
HRT hormone replacement therapy
IVF in-vitro fertilization
OB obstetrics
PID pelvic inflammatory disease; salpingitis
TAH-BSO total abdominal hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy; removal of uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries
Pap smear exam of cells from the cervix and vagina
AB premature termination of pregnancy; abortion
Cx cervix; lower portion of the uterus
IUD intrauterine device; form of contraception
Created by: cskinner