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Ch 13 STD

Reproduction and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

amni(o) amnion
chori(o) chorion
fet(o) fetus
gonad(o) gonad
o(o) ovum
spermat(o) sperm
-blast embryonic or immature
nat(o) birth
par(o) bearing offspring
pseudo- false
-cyesis pregnancy
-gravida pregnant female
-para woman who has given birth
-tropin that which stimulates
gonorrhea caused by gonococcus; causes a heavy urethral discharge in males, but females can be asymptomatic
syphilis Stage 1: swollen lymph nodes and painless sore(chancre)treated by penicillin. Stage 2: occurs 2 wks to 6 mo after chancre disappears, infection becomes systemic. Stage 3: irreversible cardiovascular and nervous system effects (neurosyphilis)
clamydial infection (clamydiosis) bacterial disease; the most common STD in US
herpes viral infection caused by the herpes simplex virus; characterized by painful genital blisters and ulcerations
condyloma acuminatum (genital warts) characterized by genital and anal warts; puts females in high risk of cancer; vaccine is available; caused by human papillomavirus
Created by: hulsea