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Female Reproductive

Internal Anatomy

What is the Vagina? Copulatory Organ & Birth Canal - Analogous to the Penis
What are the tissue Layers of the Vagina? 1. Mucosal Lining: Stratified Squamous Epi. w/ Rugae; 2. Muscular Layer: longitudinal Smooth Muscle; 3. Fibrous Layer: highly vascularized Connective Tissue
What is the Cervix? Uterine OPENING; protrudes into Vagina
Where are the Body and Profundus (roof) of the Uterus located? held ANTERIORLY by 2 Round Ligaments
What are the Tissue Layers of the Uterus? 1. Perimetrium: external Serous Membrane; 2. Myometrium: Smooth Muscle layer; 3. Endometrium: Simple Columnar Epi.
What is the function of the Endometrium of the Uterus? to accommodate Embryo - site of Implantation
What tissue layer of the Uterus is shed with Menstruation? Endometrium
What id the function of the Oviducts? carry Ova from Ovaries --> Uterus
What is the Histology of the Oviducts? Smooth Muscle & Ciliated Columnar Epi.
What are Fimbriae? tentacle-like projection that manipulate Ova into Oviducts
What are Ovaries? PRIMARY Female Gonads (reproductive organs)
What structures anchor the Ovaries? Ovarian, Broad and Suspensory Ligaments
What are the Ovaries Analogous to? Testes
Created by: kristel387