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DIT girl stuff

female A&P, female path

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what hypothalamic nucleus is involved in ovulation arcuate nucleus
layers of the endometrium basalis, spongiosum, compactum
which endometrial layers are shed during menstruation spongiosum and compactum
when does the basal body temperature increase occur in relation to ovulation 24 hours after ovulation
what maintains pregnancy for the first 6 -7 weeks corupus luteum
excess unopposed estrogen is the main risk factor endometrial carcinoma/hyperplasia
menorrhagia with an enlarged uterus and no pelvic pain leiomyoma
pelvic pain that is present only during menstruation endometriosis
diagnosed by endometrial biopsy in clinic endometrial hyperplasia/carcinoma
definitive dx and tx is by laproscopy endometriosis
menstruating tissue within the myometrium adenomyosis
malignant tumor of the uterine smooth muscle leiomyosarcoma
most common gynecologic malignancy endometrial carcinoma
4 main categories of ovarian tumors epithelial, germ cell, stromal, metastatic
what are the main types of epithelial cell ovarian tumors serous, mucinous, endometriod, clear cell, brenner, mixed
what are the main types of germ cell ovarian tumors teratoma, dysgerminoma, endodermal sinus, choriocarcinoma
produces AFP yolk sac (endodermal)
estrogen secreting causing precocious puberty granulosa cell
intraperitoneal accumulation of mucinous material mucinous cystadenocarcinoma
testosterone secreting causing virilization sertoli leydig cell tumor
psammoma bodies serous cystadenocarcinoma
multiple different tissue types teratoma
lined with fallopian tube like epithelium serous cystadenoma
ovarian tumor + ascites + pleural effusions meig's syndrome (fibroma)
call-exner bodies granulosa cell tumor
resembles bladder epithelium brenner tumor
elevated beta hCG dysgerminoma, choriocarcinoma
obese woman with amernorrhea dn increased serum testosterone PCOS
pt w/ PCOS has increased risk for developing endometrial cancer
elevated LH? PCOS or premature ovarian failur or post menopause
risk factors for ovarian cancer BRCA1, HNPCC, genetic predisposition
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