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Merrills Ch19 Repro

Test Question

• Cylindrical canal of uterus cervix
• Most superior part of uterus fundus
• which exam is performed the size shape and position of uterus and tubes Hysterosalpingography
• Which type of patient is most likely to undergo a prostatography male
• Mucosal lining of uterine cavity is endometrium
• Union of ductus deferens and seminal vesicle forms ejaculatory duct
• Which exam is used to show the congenital abnormality vaginography
• pear shaped organ of female reproductive system uterus
• Which structures conveys male reproductive cells from gonads to urethra ductus deferens
• Which exam puts contrast directly into peritoneal cavity pelvic pneumogrpahy
• when should a hysterosalpingogram be performed 10 days after onset of menstruation
• Which type of contrast is preferred for Hysterosalpingography water soluble
• Which exam requires contrast (of the following) vaginography
• Which exam determines pelvic diameters pelvimetry
• Structure that conveys an ovum from a gonad to a uterus fallopian tube
• Area adjacent to vaginal end of uterus isthmus
• Which exam can be performed on a non gravid patient Hysterosalpingography
• Which type of patient is most likely to undergo a vesiculography male
• Which exam is used to show fetus in utero pelvimetry
• Which type of contrast is used for seminal ducts iodinated water soluble
• The male reproductive cells are called spermatozoa
• Which exam introduces a contrast agent into the vaginal canal vaginography
• Where ligaments attach to the uterus within the pelvis is the body
• Ducts from prostate open into the proximal portion of the urethra
• Which type of patient is most likely to undergo a placentography exam pregnant patient
• Which structure conveys female reproductive cells from gonad to uterus uterine tube
• Which structure produces female reproductive cells ovary
• Which type of patient most likely to undergo a vaginography exam non gravid
• which type of patient to undergo a pelvic pneumogrpahy exam non gravid
• The female gonads are called the ovaries
• Which structure produces spermatozoa testicle
• Which type of patient is to undergo a hysterosalpingogrtrpahy non gravid
• What are the four main parts of the uterus fundus, body, isthmus, and cervix
• Which projection is preferred fro prostatography PA axial
• Which type of patient to undergo a fetography pregnant patient
• Which exam introduces contrast through a uterine cannula Hysterosalpingography
• The oblong structure on each testicle is the epididimys
• Which exam requires a radiopaque contrast Hysterosalpingography
• Which structures are part of the male reproductive system epididymis, testes, prostate, ductus deference
• Which exam is used to verify the patency of uterine tubes Hysterosalpingography
• For PA projection of prostate how many degrees and which direction is CR directed 20-25 degrees cephalad
• Which exam can be performed on a pregnant patient fetography
• Which exam requires a gaseous contrast pelvic pneumogrpahy
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