Female Reproductive Organs

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  1. Male Reproductive Organs
    • Gonads
    • Medulla ->Testes
    • Tubecle ->Penis
    • Folds -> Penis Shaft
    • Swelling ->Scrotum
    • Wolfian Duct ->epididymis, vas deferens, ejaculatory duct
  2. Female Reproductive Organs
    • Gonads
    • Cortex ->Ovaries
    • Tubercle ->Clitoris
    • Folds ->Labia Minora
    • Swelling -> Labia Majora
    • Mullerian Duct ->fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina
  3. Eight Sexual Female Structures
    • 1.Ovaries
    • 2.Fallopian Tubes
    • 3.Uterus
    • 4.Vagina
    • 5.Vulva
    • 6.Clitoris
    • 7.Perineum
    • 8.Mammary Glands
  4. List 9 Female Secondary Sex Characteristics
    • 1.Sexual Desire
    • 2.Pubic Hair
    • 3.Breast Development
    • 4.Feminine Body Features
    • 5.Ovulation
    • 6.Menstration
    • 7.Broadening of Pelvis
    • 8.Epiphysis
    • 9.Deposits fat in buttocks & thighs
  5. List 4 phases of the mentral cycle
    • Phase 1 The Follicular phase
    • Phase 2 Ovulation
    • Phase 3 The luteal phase
    • Phase 4 Menstration
  6. 6 usual signs & symptoms of early pregnancy
    • 1.Breast tenderness
    • 2.Frequent urination
    • 3.Morning sickness
    • 4.Need for additional sleep
    • 5.Missed period.
    • 6.Fatigue
  7. 8 signs & symptoms in later pregnancy
    • 1.Depression
    • 2.Fatigue
    • 3.Adema
    • 4.Constipation
    • 5.Frequent urination
    • 6.Shortness of breath
    • 7.indigestion
    • 8.hemmorrhorids
  8. First Stage of Labor
    • a. uterine contractions begin & become regular
    • b. proceeds dialation throught cervical dialation & effacement
  9. Second Stage of Labor
    • a. cervical dialation is complete
    • b. head enters vaginal canal or feet
    • c. head becomes visible (crown)
    • d. head emerges through the vaginal opening (delivering)
  10. Third Stage of Labor
    • a. placenta detaches from uterine wall
    • b. placenta & membranes are expelled
  11. 8 Reasons to use contraceptives
    • 1.Avoid health risks to women
    • 2.Space pregnancy
    • 3.Avoid having babies w/ birth defects
    • 4.Allow time for adjustment/avoid stress
    • 5.Limiting family size
    • 6.Avoid single parenthood
    • 7.Permit women to develop successful career
    • 8.Curbing population growth
  12. List 7 routine screening & diagnostic pregnancy test
    • 1.Alpha-fetoprotein screening
    • 2.Amniocentesis
    • 3.STD Screening
    • 4.Gestational diabetes screening
    • 5.Group B steptococcus
    • 6.Blood typing
    • 7.Urine culture
  13. Name 14 Methods of Contraception
    • 1.Abstinence,
    • 2.Condom
    • 3.Female Condom
    • 4.Withdrawl
    • 5.Douching
    • 6.Birthcontrol pills
    • 7.Intrauterine Device
    • 8.Contraceptive Patch
    • 9.Contraceptive Ring
    • 10.DMPA (injection)
    • 11.Spermicides
    • 12.Rythm
    • 13.Sterilization
    • 14.Douching
  14. Abortion
    a spontaneous or induced loss of a pregnancy
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    Cervical erosion
    ulceration of the epithelium on portion of cervix
  16. Cystic breast disease
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    the muscles in front of the vagina are weakened, the bladder will begin to bulge into the anterior wall of vagina
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    the muscles behind the vagina are damaged, the rectum will begin pressing into the posterior wall of vagina
  19. Endometrial tissue outside of uterus
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  20. Fibroids
    benign smooth tumor formed of muscle cells in uterus
  21. Malignancy of the breast
    Breast cancer
  22. P.M.S (premenstral syndrome)
    combination & characteristics of menstration 7-14 days before your menstration
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    Polyp - a growth w/ slender stem attachment to membrane
  24. Chlamydia
    • Men- burning urination, mucoid discharge from penis,
    • Women- yellow vaginal discharge, painful urination, if left untreated
  25. Gonorrhea- venereal disease, organism dies
    Men-frequent painful urination, itching, sore throat, discharge from anus & penile drainage.

    Women- asymptomatic, inflammation w/ greenish-yellowish discharge,
  26. Herpes
    • Genital herpes, inflammatory disease of the genetalia.
    • Male- appear on glans, foreskin, penile shaft.
    • Women- Fluid filled vesicles on cervix, labia,vulva,vagina
  27. NGU
    Nongonococcal Urethritis- group of infections

    • Men- urethral inflammation, allerigic reactions from vaginal creams,etc
    • Women- Vaginitis
  28. P.I.D (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease)
    • Chronic infection of reproductive tract, cervix, uterus, fallopia tubes, ovaries, pelvic ulcers
    • ~NOT MEN
  29. 4 Stages of Syphillis
    • 1.Primary- cancre on cervix or labia/ penis & scrotum
    • 2.Secondary- painless non itching rash, hair loss, sore throat, headache, nausea,loss of appetite
    • 3.Latent- asymptomatic, affects internal organs
    • 4.Tetiar- cardiovascular damage, neurological damage
  30. Trichomoniasis
    Protozoal infection of lower genitourinary tract
  31. IHSG (interventional hysterosalpingography)
    procedure used to evaluate fallopian tubes
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  37. During the eight or ninth month the _____ move from the ____ through the ____ _____ into the ____.
    • Testes
    • abdomin
    • inguinal canal
    • scrotum
  38. The prostate gland is located _____
    just below the bladder
  39. Treatment for prostate cancer
    Prosthesis implant
  40. The corpus luteum is an....
    follicle after ovulation occurs
  41. the fallopian tubes are a passageway for
    • Sperm
    • Ova
    • Connection to uterus
  42. A coloposcopy is an instrument to
    view the cervix
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Female Reproductive Organs
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2010-04-09 01:41:08
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Vagina ETC, STD's, Pregnancy & labor
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