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Female Repro with abbreves

dys- difficult, bad painful
ante- before
post- after
lacti- milk
endo- within
primi- first
post- after
-arche beginning
-cyesis pregnancy
-version turning
-para to bear, live birth
-salpinx fallopian tube
-tocia labor, childbirth
-gravida pregnancy
amni/o amniotic sac
colp/o vagina
galact/o milk”production”
metr/o uterus(womb)
labi/o labia
mamm/o breast
perine/o perineum, perineal
gynec/o woman
oophor/o ovary
ov/o,ov/i egg
salping/o fallopian tube
cervic/o cervix
episi/o vulva
vagin/o vagina
hyster/o uterus(womb)
lact/o milk
uter/o uterus
nat/o birth
mast/o breast
lapar/o abdomen
men/o menses, menstruation
ovari/o ovary
metri/o uterus(womb)
AB abortion
AI artificial insemination
BSE breast self examination
CPD cephalopelvic disproportion
D & C dilation & curettage
DC discharge
DUB dysfunctional uterine bleeding
Dx diagnosis
EDC estimated date of confinement
ERT estrogen replacement therapy
FH family history
FSH follicle stimulating hormone
G gravida
GYN gynecology
HRT hormone replacement therapy
HSG hysterosalpingography
HSV herpes simplex virus
IUD intrauterine device
LH luteinizing hormone
LMP last menstrual period
LSO left salpingo-oophorectomy
MH marital history
OCP oral contraceptive pills
Pap Papanicolaou's smear
PID pelvic inflammatory disease
PMP previous menstrual period
PMS premenstrual syndrome
R/O rule out
STI sexually transmitted infection
STD sexually transmitted disease
TAH total abdominal hysterectomy
TSS toxic shock syndrome
TVH total vaginal hysterectomy
VD venereal disease
CS,Csection cesarean section
CVS chorionic villus sampling,placental tissues, Dx genetic defects
CWP childbirth without pain
DOB date of birth
FHR fetal heart rate
FHT fetal heart tone
FTND full-term normal delivery
HcG human chorionic gonadotropin
IVF-ET in vitro fertilization & embryo transfer
LBW low birth weight
NB newborn
OB obstetrics
Para 1, 2, 3 unipara, bipara, tripara
UC uterine contractions
XX female sex chromosomes
XY male sex chromosomes
adnexa accessory parts of a structure
atresia congenital absence or closure of a normal body opening
choriocarcinoma malignant neoplasm of the uterus or at site of ectopic pregnancy
corpus luteum yellow ovarian scar tissue resulting from ovulation, produces E & P
dyspareunia pain during intercourse
endocervicitis inflammation of mucous lining of cervix uterui
fibroids benign uterine tumours aka myomas
menarche beginning of menstruation
oligomenorrhea scanty or infrequent menstrual flow
pyosalpinx pus in fallopian tube
retroversion turning or turned back from normal position
vaginismus painful spasm of vagina due to contraction of surrounding muscles
abruptio placenta premature separation of normally situated placenta
dystocia difficult labor
eclampsia serious form of toxemia during pregnancy
parturition process of giving birth
placenta previa placenta is attached near cervix and ruptures prematurely, spotting an early symptom
pelvimetry measurement of pelvic dimensions
puerperium period of 42 days after delivery
amniocentesis transabdominal puncture of amniotic sac under US guidance to remove fluid
colposcopy visual examination of vagina & cervix with colposcope, f/u to abnormal Pap
laparoscopy visual examination of abdominal cavity with laparoscope
conization excision of cone-shaped sample of cervical tissue, Dx cancer
cerclage suturing cervix to prevent premature dilation, “purse-string”
lumpectomy excision of small breast tumor and surrounding tissue
mastectomy excision of breast, total(simple), modified radical(lymphnodes), radical(chest wall muscles)
IM intramuscular
NB important
GC gonococcus (Neisseria gonorrhoeae)
RSO right salpingo-oophorectomy
TRAM transverse rectus abdominus muscle
FECG,FEKG fetal electrocardiogram
IUGR intrauterine growth rate or retardation
Created by: iredaleorama