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Anatomy Final Quest

Questions review for anatomy final

QuestionAnswer
The pelvis is separated from the perineum by the ______ diaphragm. Pelvic.
What makes up the urogenital diaphragm? Deep Transverse Perineal Muscle.
What muscles make up the pelvic diaphragm floor?, Levator ani = puborectalis, pubococcygeus, iliococcygeus, coccygeus.
The internal female organs consist of ? , Ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, and vagina.,
The internal female organs are located in the ?, Lesser Pelvis.
The external female genital organs consist of? Labia major, labia minor, clitoris, and vestibule of vagina.
The external female genital organs are located in the? Perineum.
What is a cheesy/oily substance that can be found in uncircumcised men? Smegma (carcinogenic to cervix).
What is the sheath of the peritoneum over the uterus? Broad ligament AKA mesometrium.
How are ovaries attached to the uterus? Ovarian ligament.
How are ovaries attached to the lateral abdominal wall? Suspensory Ligament.
The uterus is anchored between the urinary bladdery and the rectum by what ligament? Round ligament.
What type of epithelium is found in the uterus? Simple high columnar.
What is the name of the branch from Japan that is used to absorb water gradually in order to dilate the cervix? Laminarium.
If the internal Os is incompetent what could this lead to during pregnancy? Habitual abortion.
What is the name of the surgery to tie the cervix to prevent habitual abortions? Shirodka/McDonald.
What is the name of the surgery to tie the cervix to prevent habitual abortions? Shirodka/McDonald.
What is the blood supply to the uterus? Uterine Artery and Ovarian Artery.
If a woman has intermenstrual bleeding (bleeding between cycles) what condition could this be indicative of? Leiomyomas (fibroids).
What yearly exam is done that can detect cervical cancer? Pap Smear.
What is it called when the portio part of the uterus bulges out of the vagina? Prolapse.
What is shed during menstruation? Endometrium.
In what phase does bleeding happen in the menstrual cycle? 1ST Phase, phase of desquamation and regeneration.
In the fallopian tube cilliae produce a current towards the uterus, what is this good for? Migration and distribution of spermatozoa.
What is the site of fertilization? Ampulla of the fallopian (uterine) tube.
What is it called when implantation occurs in a place other than the uterus? Ectopic Pregnancy.
What is the parasympathetic innervation of the urinary bladder? Pelvic splanchnic N.
What volume of fluid can the bladder hold? 700 mL.
What volume of fluid in the bladder leads to the urge to urinate? 350 mL.
At what place do ureters enter the bladder? Trigone.
At what place does the urethra leave the bladder? Trigone.
What type of epithelium lines the bladder? Transitional.
Where do prostatic secretions drain into? Prostatic sinus.
What makes up the ejaculatory duct? Vas deferens and seminal vesicles.
What secretions do the seminal vessicles add? Alkaline solution and fructose (energy of sperm).
What is the innervation of the deep transverse perineal muscle? Pudendal N.
What gland in males produce mucus to lubricate the urethra? Cowper's gland.
Created by: Abaunza