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amni
amnion
(sac surrounding fetus)
cervic
cervix
(neck of uterus)
colp
vagina
episi
vulva
(external female genitalia)
estr
female
galact
milk
gynec
woman, female
hyster
uterus
lact
milk
lapar
abdomen
ligat
binding or tying off
mamm
breast
mast
breast
men
menses, menstruation
metr, metri
uterus
nat
birth
olig
scanty, few
oo
egg
oophor
ovary
ovar, ovari
ovary
ovo
egg
ovul
egg
pelv, pelvi
pelvis
perine
perineum
placent
placenta
salping
tube
(fallopian tube)
thel
nipple
tub
tube
(fallopian tube)
uter
uterus
vagin
vagina
vulv
vulva
(external female genitalia)
-al, -ary, -ic, -ine
pertaining to
-algia
pain
-arche
beginning
-cele
hernia
-centesis
surgical puncture
-dynia
pain
-ectomy
removal or excision
-gen
producing, produced by
-genesis
producing, produced by
-gram
a record
-graphy
process of recording
-gravida
pregnant
-ia
condition of
-ion, -tion
act of
-itis
inflammation
-logy
study of
-logist
specialist in the study of
-oma
tumor
-osis
abnormal condition
-para
birth or births
-partum
birth
-pathy
disease
-pause
pause or stop
-pexy
surgical fixation
-plasty
surgical repair
-ptosis
droop, sag, fall, prolapse
-rrhagia
bleeding
-rrhaphy
to suture
-rrhea
flow or discharge
-rrhexis
to rupture
-scope
instrument to view
-scopy
process of visually examining
-stasis
stop, control
-tomy
incision
-um
structure
a-, an-
without
dys-
bad, difficult, painful
endo-
inside, within
multi-
many
nulli-
none
peri-
around
post-
after
pre-
before
primi-
first
secundi-
second
ectopic
In an abnormal location; displaced.
embryo
The developing child from conception to the end of the eighth week of pregnancy.
fetus
The developing child from the ninth week of pregnancy until birth.
gravida
Pregnant. (Example: Gravida 3 = a woman who has been pregnant 3 times.)
para
Birth or births. (Example: Para 2 = a woman who has given birth two times.)