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Dawood 12 +13

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glomerul glomerulus; small network of blood vessels
neph,ren kidney
pyel renal pelvis; funnel like dilated part of the kidney
ur, urin, urine urinary tract
lith stone
cyst, vesic urinary bladder
urethr urethra
ureter ureter; tubes that go from tubes to bladder
meat meatus; opening
balan glans penis
epididym epididymis; duct behind the testis where sperm passes to the vas deferens
orch, orchi,orchid, test testes
prostat prostate
sper, spermat, spermi sperm cells
OAB overactive bladder
PSA prostate specific antigen
SUI stress urinary incontinence
UTI urinary tract infection
VUR vesicoureteral reflux
BPH benign prostatic hyperplasia
TURP transurethral restriction of prostate
DRE digital rectal exam
ED erectile disfunction
STD Sexually transmitted disease
colp, vagin vagina
episi, vulv vulva
perine perenium
gynec, gyn woman
mast, mamm breast
lact milk
cervic cervix
hyster,metr,uter uterus;womb
pelvi pelvis
oophor,ovar ovarr
men menses
salping fallopian tube
amni amnion; sac surrounding the embryo
cyesis pregnancy
chori, chorion chorion outermost membrane of the fetus
toc labor;birth
fet fetus
part mother after/before birth
nat baby after/before birth
CIPP chronic idiopathic pelvic pain
HPV human papilloma virus
PID pelvic inflammatory disease
PMS premenstrul syndrome
STI sexually transmitted infection
tss toxic shock syndrome
Cx cervix
HRT hormone replacement therapy
HSG hysterosalpingography
SHG sonohysterography
TVS transvaginal syndrome
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