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Chapter 10

Reproductive System

Chapter 10 Review QuestionsChapter 10 Review Answers
What is teh baby called for the first 8 weeks of the pregnancy? Embryo
What is the difference between an abortion and a spontaneous abortion? Abortion-pregnany has ended before a fetus is viable, meaning before it can live on its own. Spontaneous loss of a fetus without any artificial aid. AKA-miscarriage.
What is the medical term for menstrual cramping? Dysmenorrhea
What is "abruptio placenta"? placenta tears away from uterine way prior to delivery of the baby. Required emergency surgery.
What is another name for a benign tumor in the uterus? Fibroid
What is the area between the uretha and the anal opening called Perineum
What is difference between multipara and mulitgrayida? Multipara-woman who has given birth to more than one child. Multigrayid-woman who has more than one pregnancy
What is the beginning of menstruation called? Menopause
What is the length of time during a pregnancy called? Gestation
What is a sac of fluis in the testes called? Hydrocele
Created by: MichaelAJ007