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Haney medterm c17-19

ante- before, in front
-arche beginning
cervic/o neck; cervix
colp/o vagina
dys- bad, difficult, painful
endo- within
gynec/o woman
hyster/o uterus
in- in, inside
intra- within
mamm/o breast
mast/o breast
men/o menstruation
metr/o uterus
metri/o uterus
my/o muscle
o/o egg, ovum
oophor/o ovary
-rrhea discharge, flow
retro- backward, behind
salping/o eustachian tubes, also refers to fallopian tubes
uter/o uterus
vagin/o vagina
vulv/o vulva
the medical specialty that deals with diseases and disorders fo the female reproductive system is known as... gynecology
what three things occur at the onset of puberty breast development, growth of pubic hair, menstruation
another name for sexual intercourse coitus
define menopause the stopping of the reproductive period
what causes menopause a decrease in hormone production
what do the mammary glands produce milk
what is the external genitalia reffered to as the vulva or pudendum
fatty tissue that covers and cushions the symphysis pubis mons pubis
two folds of skin containing fatty tissue that lie on either side of the vaginal opening labia majora
two thin folds of tissue located within the folds of the labia majora labia minora
the point at which the labia minora comes together at the lower edge of the vagina fourchette
short elongated organ composed of erictile tissue. upper portion of vagina clitoris
what glands are located on each side of the vaginal orifice and secrete a mucous substance that lubricates the vagina Bartholin's glands
not a true part of the female reproductive system, but part of the vulva urinary orifice
vaginal orifice is also known as vaginal introitus
thin layer of elastic, connective tissue, broken in intercourse, physical activity, or using tampons hymen
the hymen stays intact and completely covers the vaginal opening, is termed as vaginal introitus
area between vaginal orifice and the anus perineum
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