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female reproductive1

adnexa tissues or structures in the body that are next to or near another. as in the uterus, the adnexaconsists of the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and ligaments of the uterus.
areola the darker pigmented, circular area surrounding the nipple of each breast; also known as the areola mammae or the areola papillaris.
cervix** the part of the uterus that protrudes into the cavity of the vagina; the neck of the uterus
climacteric the cessation of menstruation; see menopause
clitoris the vaginal erectile tissue corresponding to the male penis
coitus the sexual union of two people of the opposite sex in which the penis is introduced into the vagina; also known as sexual intercourse or copulation.
copulation ?
corpus luteum a yellowish mass that forms within the ruptured ovarian follicle after ovulation, containing high levels of
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