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Key terms from Maternal & Child Health,Pillitteri

In girls, testosterone influences enlargement of the labia majora and clitoris and formation of axillary and pubic hair. This development of pubic and axillary hair because of an-drogen stimulation is termed ? adrenarche.
The study of the male reproductive organs is? Andrology
a condition in which the body of the uterus is bent sharply forward at the junction with the cervix  Anteflexion
a condition in which the body is bent sharply back just above the cervix Retroflexion
a condition in which the entire uterus is tipped far forward Anteversion
a condition in which the entire uterus is tipped backward Retroversion
absence of sperm aspermia
20 million sperm/ mL oligospermia
Health Promotion- Male • Self-testicular exam after shower when scrotal skin is relaxed – roll testicle between thumb and index & middle fingers to detect any irregularities of the surface or texture of testis. – Compare one side to the other
Health Promotion- Male • Self-testicular exam Not all lumps are cancerous, call your physician. – Other warning signs: any enlargement of the testicle, significant loss of size in one testicle, pain or discomfort in testicle, enlargement or tenderness of the breast.
oddly shaped “ horns” at the junction of the fallopian tubes, termed a bicornuate uterus
Biologic gender is the term used to denote a person’s chromosomal sex: male ( XY) or female ( XX).
involuntary contraction of the muscles at the outlet of the vagina when coitus is attempted that prohibits pe-nile penetration Vaginismus
The Prostate specific antigen (PSA) is; Potential indicator of prostatic cancer. Blood test Combined with Digital Rectal Exam (DRE), dramatically increases the early detection of prostate cancer. DRE is recommended for all men over 40.
Breast self-examination Monthly, 2-3 days after your period ends Inspection Palpation Standing and lying
Pap smears (Papanicolaoi) Annually for three years, and if normal at discretion of HCP. Used for the detection of cervical cancer.
Pap smears For the test Have client empty bladder prior to test Client assumes lithotomy position External exam (Cystocele/Retrocele) Internal exam with obtaining PAP
Education for Safer Sex Limit the number of sexual partners Practice low-risk sex
Education for Safer Sex Avoid the exchange of body fluids Use condoms Get regular check-ups
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