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Reproductive Systems

Medical Lanuguage II

Surgical removal of the Uterus, Both Ovaries & Bothe oviducts TAH/BSO (Total Abdominal Hysterectomy)/ (Bilateral Salpingo-Oophorectomy)
A&P Repair Anterior and Posterior Colporraphy
DC or D/C Discontinue or Discharge
Forward position the normal uterus should be situated.. Anteflexion
Instrument used for opening a body cavity to allow visual examination Speculum
A cervical cytology test Pap test or Pap Smear
Dysparunia A condition of painful of sifficult intercourse
An Abnormal Passageway between the Urinary bladder and the Vagina Vesicovaginal fistula
The area located between the posterior wall of the Uterus and the Rectum (AKA: Rectouterine Pouch) Douglas' Cul-De-Sac
Scraping of the Endometrium D&C ( Dilatation & Curettage)
Patent Open
Atresia Closure
Labi/o Labia
The lips of the vagina are called Labia Majora and Labia Minora
Episi/o Vulva
Perine/o Perineum
Area between the vaginal Os and the Anus Perineum
Neck or Inferior portion of the unterus Cervix
Colp/o Vagina
The vaginal lining consists of Mucous Membranes
Cyclic 28 Day Sloughing of the endometrium Menses or Menstuation
Superior portion of the Uterus Fundus
INTRA !! Within
The inner lining of the uterus Endometrium
Development of the fertilized ovum in the uterus over nine months Gestation ( aka: Pregnancy )
Fertilized ovum for the first eight weeks of gestation Embryo
Fertilized ovum after 8 weeks of gestation Fetus
Oophor/o Ovary (ies)
Ovaries Produce .. Ova & Estrogen
Ova are .. Oocytes
Created by: Cori7