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Discussion week 5

chapter 13

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leukorrhea (LOO-koh-REE-ah) white vaginal discharge
metromenorrhagia (MEH-troh-MEN-oh-RAY-jah) excessive menstrual bleeding at irregular intervals
perineocele (PER-ih-NEE-oh-seel) hernia in the perineal region
amniorrhexis (AM-nee-oh-REK-sis) rupture of the amniotic sac
cervical dysplasia (SER-vih-kal dis-PLAY-zhah) bad formation of cervical cells
hypermastia (HAI-poh-MAS-tee-ah) excessively large breasts
menarche (MEN-ar-kee) beginning or first menstruation
dystocia (dis-TOH-shee-ah) difficult labor
hysterorrhexis (HIS-ter-oh-REK-sis) rupture of the uterus
pelvimetry (pel-VIM-eh-tree) procedure for measuring the pelvis
intrapartum (IN-trah-PAR_tum) time during birth
postnatal (post-NAY-tal) pertaining to after birth
cervicitis (SER-vih-SAI-tis) inflammation of the cervix
teratoma (TER-ah-TOH-mah) another name for a dermoid cyst
oophoroma (OH-aw-for-OH-mah) ovarian tumor
salpingocele (sal-PING-goh-seel) hernia of a fallopian tube
eclampsia (eh-KLAMP-see-ah) severe, life-threatening complication of pregnancy characterized by seizures
hysterorrhexis (HIS-ter-oh-REK-sis) rupture of the uterus
Pseudocyesis (SOO-doh-sai-EE-sis) false pregnancy
vulvitis (vul-VAL-tis) inflammation of the vulva
Created by: brandih
 

 



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