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Chapter 12


Cervic/o neck or necklike
vagin/o and colop/o sheath or vagina
epididym/o tube at the upper part of each testis (epididymus)
fet/I or fet/o fetus
Genit/o related to birth or the reproductive organs
gest/o and gestat/o to bear or carry off spring
gravid/o pregnancy
hyster/o, metr/o, metri/o, and uter/o uterus
leuk/o white
mamm/o and mast/o breast
oo/o, ov/i, and ov/o egg
orch/o, orchi/o, orchid/o, test/o, and testicul/o testes
ovari/o and oophor/o ovary
part/o birth or labor
pen/i and priap/o penis
pregn/o pregnant or with off spring
prostat/o prostate gland
sperm/o and spermat/o sperm cell or seed
vulv/o and episi/o to turn or roll
-para to bear or bring forth
-cele hernia, cyst, cavity, or tumor
Peri- around or surrounding
Pseudo- false
Primi- first
Multi- many
Vivi- alive
Hydro- water
Theriogenology is used to describe animal reproduction or the study of producing beasts
Cryptorchidism developmental defect in which one or both testes fail to descend into the scrotum; also called undescended testicle(s). Animals may be unilaterally or bilaterally cryp-torchid. Unilaterally cryptorchid is sometimes called monorchid (mohn-ōr-kihd).
Dystocia difficult birth; the female is having difficulty expelling the fetus.
Hermaphroditism condition of having both ovarian and testicular tissue. Pseudohermaphroditism (soo-dō-hər-mahf-rō-dih-tihzm) is the condition of having gonads of one sex but the physical characteristics of both sexes.
Episiotomy surgical incision of the perineum and vagina to facilitate delivery of the fetus and to prevent damage to maternal structures.
Created by: kgwellnitz4