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Term 106 unit 3

terminology 106 unit 3

Cervicitis vaginal infection with thick white d/c and odor
Pituitary master gland in body
Endometriosis inflammation of the endometrial lining
PID pelvic inflammatory disease
TSH hormone that stimulates growth of thyroid
Herpes Simplex Virus (hsv) caused by direct contact oral and genital
Birth Control Pill female hormone taking daily to prevent pregnancy
Vasectomy cutting tying and burning of the vas deference
Ovarian Cyst cyst on the ovary mostly small and non-malignant
Candida yeast normal flora found in the vagina
Sexualy Transmitted Transmitted by sex
Tubal Ligation cutting and tying of the fallopian tubes
Gonorrhea STD caused by Neisseria
Fibroids common pelvic tumors
Adrenal Glands gland located just above the kidney
Mons Pubis fatty pad located over pubic bone coverd in hair
Uterus hollow pear shaped organ in pelvic cavity
Menorrhagia excessive menstrual flow
Leukorrhea a non- bloody vaginal discharge
Spontaneous Abortion (SAB) miscarriage
Goiter enlarged thyroid gland
FSH follicle stimulating hormone
LH luteinizing hormone
Colopscopy magnified exam of the cervix
HPV human papillomavirus
Venereal Warts wart caused by direct contact low risk HPV
Created by: rashaunne