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Chapter 8 & 9 Female Reproductive System

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Terms for chapters 8 and 9.

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Ovaries

pair of almond-shaped organs located in the pelvic cavity. Egg cells are formed and stored in the ovaries

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Ovum(pl.ova)

female egg cell

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graafian follicles

100,000 microscopic sacs that make up a large portion of the ovaries. Each foollicle contains an immature ovum. Normally one graafian follicle develops to maturity monthly between puberty and menopause. It moves to the surface of the ovary and releases the ovum, which passes into the uterine tube.

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uterine, fallopian, tubes

pair of 5-inch (12-cm) tubes, attached to the uterus, that proviede a passageway for the ovum to move from the ovary to the uterus

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fimbria (pl. fimbriae)

finger-like projection at the free nd of the uterine tube

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uterus

pear-size and pear-shaped muscular organ that lies in the pelvic cavity, except during pregnancy when it enlarges and extends up into the abdominal cavity, . Its functions are menstruation, pregnancy, and labor.

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endometrium

inner lining of the uterus

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myometrium

muscular middle layer of the uterus

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perimetruim

outer thin layer that covers the surface of the uterus

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corpus, or body

large central portion of the uterus

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fundus

rounded upper portion of the uterus

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cervix (Cx)

narrow lower portion of the uterus

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vagina

a 3-inch (7-8 cm) tube that connects the uterus to the outside of the body

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hymen

fold of membrane found near the opening of the vagina

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rectouterine pouch

pouch between the posterior wall of the uterus and the anterior wall of the rectum (also called Douglass cal-de-sac)

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Bartholin glands

pair of mucus-producing glands located on each side of the vagina and just above the vaginal opening

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mammary glands, or breast

milk-producing glands of the female. Each breast consists of 15 to 20 divisions, or lobes

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mammary papilla

breast nipple

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areola

pigmented area around the breast nipple

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vulva, or external genitals

two pairs of lips (labia major and labia minora) that surround the vagina

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clitoris

highly erogenous erectile body located anterior to the urethra

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perineum

pelvic floor in both the male and female. In females it usually refers to the area between the vaginal opening and the anus.

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arche/o

first, beginning

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cervic/o, trachel/o

cervix

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colp/o, vagin/o

vagina

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culd/o

cul-de-sac

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episi/o, vulv/o

vulva

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gynec/o, gyn/o

woman

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hymen/o

hymen

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hyster/o, metr/o, metr/i, uter/o

uterus

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mamm/o, mast/o

breast

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men/o

menstruation

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oophor/o

ovary

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perine/o

perineum

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salping/o

uterine tube (fallopian tube)

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peri-

surrounding (outer)

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-atresia

absence of a normal body opening; occlusion; closure

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-ail

pertaining to

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-salpinx

uterine tube (fallopian tube)

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amenorrhea

absence of menstrual discharge

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Bartholin adenitis

inflammation of a Bartholin gland

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cervicitis

inflammation of the vagina

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colpitis, vaginitis

inflammation of the vagina

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dysmenorrhea

painful menstrual discharge

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endocervicitis

inflammation of the inner (lining) of the cervix

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endometritis

inflammation of the inner (lining) of the uterus (endometrium)

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hematosalpinx

blood in the uterine tube

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hydrosalpinx

water in the uterine tube

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hysteratresia

closure of the uterus (uterine cavity)

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mastitis

inflammation of the breast

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menometrorrhagia

rapid flow of blood from the uterus at menstruation ( and between menstrual cycles; increased amount)

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menorrhagia

rapid flow of blood at menstruation (increased amount)

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metrorrhagia

rapid flow of blood from the uterus (between menstual cycles)

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myometritis

inflammation of the uterine muscle (myometrium)

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oligmenorrhea

scanty menstrual flow (less often)

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oophoritis

inflammation of the ovary

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perimetritis

inflammation surrounding the uterus (perimetrium)

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psosalpinx

pus in the uterine tube

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salpingitis

inflammation of the uterine tube

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vulvoginitis

inflammation of the vulva and vagina

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adenomyosis

growth of endometrium into the muscular portion of the uterus

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breast cancer

malignant tumor of the breast

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cervical cancer

malignant tumor of the cervix, which progresses from cellular dysplasia to carcinoma

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endometrial cancer

malignant tumor of the endometrium

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endometriosis

abnormal condition in which endometrial tissue grows outside of the uterus in various areas in the pelvic cavity, including ovaries, uterine tubes, intestines, and uterus

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fibrocystic breast cancer

a disorder characterized by one or more benign cyst in the breast

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fibroid tumor

benign fibroid tumor of the uterine muscle

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ovarian cancer

malignant tumor of the ovary

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pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)

inflammation of the female pelvic organs that can be caused by many different pathogens. If untreated, the infection may spread upward from the vagina, involving the uterus, uterine tubes, ovaries and other pelvic organs. As ascending infection may result in infertility and, in acute cases, fatal septicemia

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prolapsed uterus

downward displacement of the uterus into the vagina

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toxic shock syndrome (TSS)

a severe illness characterized by high fever, rash, vomiting, diarrhea, and myalgia, followed by hypotension and, in severe cases, shock and death; usually affects menstruating women using tampons; caused by Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes

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vesicovaginal fistula

abnormal opening between the bladder and the vagina

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cervicectomy

excision of the cervix

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colpoperineorrhaphy

suture of the vagina and perineum

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calpoplasty

surgical repair of the vagina

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colporrhaphy

suture of the vagina (wall of the vagina)

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episioperineoplasty

surgical repair of the vulva and perineum

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episiorrhaphy

suture of (a tear in) the vulva

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hymenectomy

excision of the hymen

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hyenotomy

incision of the hymen

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hysterectomy

excision of the uterus

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hysteropexy

surgical fixation of the uterus

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hysterosalpingo-oophorectomy

excision of the uterus, uterine tubes, and ovaries

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mammoplasty

surgical repair of the breast (performed to enlarge or reduce in size, to lift, or to reconstruct after removal of a tumor)

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mastectomy

surgical removal of a breast

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oophorectomy

excision of an ovary

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perineorrhaphy

suture of (a tear in) the perineum

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salpingectomy

excision of a uterine tube

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salpingo-oophorectomy

excision of the uterine tube and ovary

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salpingostomy

creation of an artificial opening in a uterine tube

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trachelectomy

excision of the cervix

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trachelorrhaphy

suture of the cervix

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vulvectomy

excision of the uterus

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anterior and posterior colporrhaphy (A&P repair)

when a weakened vaginal wall results in a cystocele (protrusion of the bladder against the anterior wall of the vagina) and a rectocele (protrusion of the rectum against the posterior wall of the vagina), an A&P repair corrects the condition

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conization

the surgical removal of a cone-shape area of the cervix; used in the treatment for noninvasive cervical cancer

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dilation and curettage (D&C)

dilation (widening) of the cervix and scraping of the endometrium with an instrument called a currette. It is performed to diagnose disease, to correct bleeding, and to empty uterine contents

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endometrial ablation

a procedure to destroy or remove the endometrium by use of laser or thermal energy; used to treat abnormal uterine bleeding

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laparoscopy or laparoscopic surgery

visual examination of the abdominal cavity, accomplished by inserting a laparoscope through a tiny incision near the umbilicus. It is used for surgical procedures such as tubal sterilization (closure of the uterine tubes), hysterectomy, oophorectomy, or biopsy of the ovaries. It may also be used to diagnose endometriosis

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myomectomy

excision of a fibroid tumor (myoma)from the uterus

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sentinel lymph node biopsy

an injection of blue dye and/or radioactive isotope is used to identify the sentinel lymph nodes(s), the first in the axillary chain and most likely to contain metastases of breast cancer. The nodes are removed and microscopically examined. If negative, no more nodes are removed

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stereotactic breast biopsy

a technique that combines mammography and computer-assisted biopsy to obtain tissue from a breast lesion

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tubal ligation

closure of the uterine tubes for sterilization by cutting, tying, or cauterizing

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uterine artery embolization (UAE)

minimally invasive procedure used to treat fibroids of the uterus by blocking arteries that supply blood to the fibroids. First, an arteriogram is used to identify the vessels. Once identified, tiny gelatin beads, about the size of grains of sand, are inserted into the vessels to create a blockage. The blockage stops the blood supply to the fibroids causing them to shrink

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hyserosalpingogram

radiographic image of the uterus and uterine tubes (after an injection of a contrast agent)

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mammogram

radiographic image of the breast

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mammography

radiographic imaging of the breast

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sonohysterography (SHG)

process of recording the uterus by use of sound (an ultrasound procedure)

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colposcope

instrument used for visual examination of the vagina (and cervix)

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colposcopy

visual examination (with a magnified view) of the vagina (and cervix)

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culdoscope

instrument used for visual examination of Douglas cul-de-sac (rectouterine pouch)

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culdoscopy

visual examination of Douglas cul-de-sac (rectouterine pouch)

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hysteroscope

instrument used for visual examination of the uterus (uterine cavity)

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hysteroscopy

visual examination of the uterus (uterine cavity)

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culdocentesis

surgical puncture to remove fluid from Douglas cul-de-sac (rectouterine pouch)

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transvaginal sonography

an ultrasound procedure that uses a transducer placed in the vagina to obtain images of the ovaries, uterus, cervix, uterine tubes, and surrounding structures; used to diagnose masses such as ovarian cysts or tumors, to monitor pregnancy, and to evaluate ovulation for the treatment of infertility

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CA-125 (cancer antigen 125 tumor marker)

a blood test used in the detection of ovarian cancer

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Pap smear

a cytological study of cervical and vaginal secretions used to determine the presence of abnormal or cancerous cells; most commonly used to detect cancers of the cervix

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gynecologist

a physician who studies and treats disease of women (female reproductive system)

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gynecology

study of women (a branch of medicine dealing with disease of the female reproductive system)

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gynopathic

pertaining to disease of women

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leukorrhea

white discharge (from the vagina)

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mastalgia

pain in the breast

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mastoptosis

sagging breast

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menarche

beginning of menstruation (usually occurring between the ages of 11 and 16)

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vaginal

pertaining to the vagina

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vulvovaginal

pertaining to the vulva and vagina


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