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path ch 11 terms

pathology ch 11 repro terms

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Benign prostatic hyperplasia enlargement of the prostate gland that causes an inability to completely empty the bladder
The most common malignancy in women breast cancer
Carcinoma of the prostate gland second most common malignancy in men, appears as an irregular elevated bladder
Cervical carcinoma tumor related to chronic irritation, infection and poor hygiene
Cryptochicism ectopic or undescended testes
Fetal implantation outside the uterus ectopic pregnancy
Normal appearing endometrium in sites other than their normal location endometriosis
Ghonorrhea the most common and widespread STD
Infection of the uterus and fallopian tubes, usually as a result of an STD PID
Caused by treponema palladum syphilis
Benign smooth muscle tumor uterine fibroinds
Created by: annaluz87