3.7 Female Reproductive System
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5 functions of female reproductive system
- -produce ova
- *female germ cell
- -gestation period
- *nurture infants
-produce female sex hormones
Ovaries) 2 functions
- -production of gametes called gametogenesis
- *oogenesis in female
- **produces oocytes
-production of steroid hormones, estrogen & progesterone
Which 3 ligaments holds ovaries in place?
- -broad ligament
- *has 3 structures
Ovary) ovary cortex contains...(2)
-ovum and follicles
Ovary) medulla contains
Ovarian cycle begins with maturation of...
Description of primordial follicle
Contains an ovum surrounded by layer
Primordial follicle turns into
Primary follicle turns into
Secondary follicle turns into
What occurs to the vesicular follicle in beginning of ovulation?
It ejects the ovulate oocyte and the remnants turn into corpus luteum
Pre-ovulation follicle is called
Vesicular follicle) what's an Antrum?
Vesicular follicle) oocyte surrounded by
Germinal epithelium overlies...
What are the female duct system called?
- Uterine tubes
- *fallopian tubes
Female duct system) Proximal to distal (4)
Female duct system) isthmus
Arises from the uterus
Female duct system) ampulla
This is common location for fertilization to occur
Female duct system) fimbria
fingerlike projection that move to catch the oocyte
Road to uterus) peristalsis
Helps propel the oocyte down
Road to uterus) dilated mucosa
Beating action of mucosal cells that line lumen to propel it down
Road to uterus) non-ciliated mucosa
Keep oocyte moist & nourished along the journey to womb
Uterus) 5 parts to it
Where uterine tube joins the body
Uterus) cervical canal communicated with
Uterine & vagina
3 ligaments that hold uterus in place by ligaments )
3 ligaments that hold uterus in place by ligaments ) broad ligament is
3 ligaments that hold uterus in place by ligaments ) cardinal ligament is located towards...
3 ligaments that hold uterus in place by ligaments ) round ligament sits
embryologic analog of spermatic cord and how>?
Round ligament of uterus because it goes through inguinal canal
Layers of uteran wall) Perimetrium
Outer most layer of visceral peritoneum
Layers of uteran wall) myometrium
Thick smooth muscle layer
Layers of uteran wall) myometrium responsible for
Pushing the baby out
Layers of uteran wall) endometrium , 2 parts to it
Layers of uteran wall) endometrium, stratum functionalis (3)
Inner layer which undergoes changes with the menstrual cycle
Layer that gets shed during menstrual cycle
Closer to the lumen
Layers of uteran wall) endometrium, stratum basalis (3)
-placed more deeply, closer to the myometrium
-replaces functional layer after menstruation ends
Layers of uteran wall) in which layer does the embryo plant itself?
Blood supply to the female reproductive system) (2)
- -Ovarian artery
- *gonadal artery
-branches of internal iliac artery
Mammary glands) develop in response to (2)
Estrogen and progesterone
Mammary glands) milk production in response to
Mammary glands) milk let down in response to
Vagina and external genitalia) Perineum
Diamond shaped area divided into 2 areas
Vagina and external genitalia) Perineum divided into (2)
Urogenital triangle located ______ on the Perineum
Anal triangle located _____ on the Perineum
Vagina and external genitalia) Perineum) anatomical landmarks , pubic symphysis
On the anterior side
Vagina and external genitalia) Perineum) L/R ischial tuberosities
Sits on lateral side
Vagina and external genitalia) Perineum) coccyx sits
Posteriorly on the Perineum
Vagina and external genitalia) Perineum) perineal body
CT anchors midline between triangles
Vagina and external genitalia) Within the urogenital triangle (6)
Hair follicles AND labia majora & minora
Only majora has hair follicles
what forms the clitoral hood?
Clitoris is the
What does the vestibule contain? (2)
Urethral & vaginal orifice
What does the Mons Pubus cover?
Perineum, where are the Penis And scrotum located
Outside of the UG triangle
Perineum muscles) what are the 3?
-superficial transverse perineal
Perineum muscles) what are the 3 muscles innervated by? (3)
Pudendal nerve S2,3,4
Perineum muscles) these are located deep to
Superficial perineal (colles) fascia
Perineum muscles) superficial transverse perineal forms the
Midline of the triangle
Urogenital diaphragm muscles ) which are the 2?
-external urethral sphincter
-deep transverse perineal
Urogenital diaphragm muscles ) innervated by
Urogenital diaphragm muscles ) located deep to
Urogenital diaphragm muscles ) they _____ the Perineum
Superficial to deep (3)
Pelvic Diaphragm muscles ) (2)
Pelvic Diaphragm muscles ) innervated by?
Ventral rami S3,4,5
Pelvic Diaphragm muscles ) deep to the _____
Pelvic Diaphragm muscles ) supports the
LOOK through the layers of muscles
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