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Chapter 13 BrittanyS

Medical Terms

QuestionAnswer
colp/o, means vagina
vagin/o means vagina
episi/o, mean vulva
vulv/o mean vulva
perine/o means perineum (area between the vagina and the anus).
gynec/o mean woman
gyn/o mean woman
mast/o mean breast
mamm/o mean breast
lact/o means milk.
oophor/o mean ovary.
ovari/o mean ovary.
amni/o means amnion.
-cyesis means pregnancy
chori/o mean chorion.
chorion/o mean chorion.
toc/o means labor.
fet/o means fetus.
part/o mean birth
nat/o mean birth
GYN gynecology
CIPP chronic idiopathic pelvic pain
HPV human papilloma virus
PID pelvic inflammatory disease
PMS premenstrual syndrome
STD/STI sexually transmitted disease/infection
TSS toxic shock syndrome
Cx cervix
HRT hormone replacement therapy
HSG hysterosalpingogram
SHG sonohysterography
TVS transvaginal sonography
LEEP loop electrosurgical excision procedure
TAH/BSO total abdominal hysterectomy/ bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
VH vaginal hysterectomy
CPD cephalopelvic disproportion
LGA large for gestational age
SGA small for gestational age
EDD estimated date of delivery
CS, C-section cesarean section
P births
LMP last menstrual period
G gravida
IVF in vitro fertilization
DOB date of birth
FAS fetal alcohol syndrome
RDS respiratory distress syndrome
FOB father of the baby
The ovaries are where the egg matures and is released during ovulation.
fallopian tubes The egg travels down the fallopian tubes. It is here where, if present, a sperm will fertilize the egg
uterus . The egg travels down into the uterus. If the egg is fertilized, it will implant in the uterus where the baby will develop.
The vagina serves several roles. During the menstrual cycle, the uterine lining passes through it to the outside of the body. It receives the penis and semen during sexual intercourse. And lastly, the baby passes through it during childbirth.
 

 



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