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GYNECOLOGY

MP FINAL - GYNOCOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS

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GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS GYNEC/O - WOMAN, OBSTETR/O = CHILDBIRTH OR PREGANANCY
PAP SMEAR SCREENING TEST USED TO DETECT ABNORMAL CELLS OF THE CERVIX BY SCRAPING CELLS OFF THE CERVIX
DYSPAREUNIA PAINFUL OR DIFFICULT SEXUAL INTERCOURSE
HYSTERECTOMY PROCEDURE TO REMOVE THE UTERUS. TOTAL HYSTERECTOMY REMOVES THE UTERUS AND CERVIX
TUBAL LIGATION PROCEDURE TO PREVENT PREGNANCY. REMOVAL OF A SHORT SEGMENT OF EACH UTERINE TUBE
PID PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE. INFECTION OF THE CERVIX THAT ASCENDS TO THE UTERUS UTERINE TUBES, AND OVARIES (OFTEN CAUSED BY AN STD)
MULTIPAROUS HAVING GIVEN BIRTH MULTIPLE TIMES (MUTIGRAVIDA - MANY PREGNANCY)
THRUSH ORAL INFECTION CAUSED BY YEAST. COATS THE TONGUE AND ORAL MUCOSA. COMMON IN INFANTS
HPV HUMAN PAPILOMAVIRUS (GENITAL WARTS).
VERTEX POSITION DURING BIRTH HEAD DOWN POSITION BETWEEN 33-36 WEEKS BABY SHOULD BE IN THIS POSITION FOR VAGINAL BIRTH
Created by: kdelacosta