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gyneco
gyne
gyno
woman, women
pelvi
pelvo
pelvic cavity containing the reproductive organs
oophoro
ovario
ovary (ovaries, pl.)
oo
ovum (ova, pl.), egg(s)
salpingo
salpinx (salpinges, pl.): also called uterine tubes, fallopian tubes, oviducts
hystero
uterus
utero
uterus, usually use as an anatomical reference
metro
metrio
uterus, usually refers to the muscle
-metrium (noun suffix)
uterine structure
perimetrio
perimetrium: serosa of the uterus, tissue which covers the outside of the uterus
myometrio
myometrium: muscle of the uterus
endometrio
endometrium: mucosal lining lining of the uterus, mucosa of the uterus
cervico
uterine cervix, the neck of the uterus
trachelo
both components may refer to the neck either that connecting the head and the trunk or to the uterine cervix
colpo
vagino
vagina
vulvo
vulva; in anatomy: labia majora
perineo
perineum: the tissue forming the floor of the pelvic cavity located between the vulva and the rectum in the female. In the male it is the area between the rectum and the scrotum
episio
term indicating the perineum and/or the vulva
meno
menstration, menses (literally, monthly)
atelo
incomplete
amnio
amniotic fluid, fluid in pregnant uterus surrounding the fetus
feto
the fetus
-gravid
pregnant, pregnancy
-gravida
pregnant woman
multi-
many, much
-natal
-nate
pertaining to birth, birthday
-para
woman having carried a viable (para)(living) fetus beyond the 20th week of pregnancy regardless of whether it was alive at birth
pedo
pedio
child
children
primi-
first, one
toco, toko
birth, process of birth
-tocia
process of birth, labor
embryo
products of conception from 2 to 8 weeks in utero; usually too immature to sustain life outside the uterus
fetus
product of conception from 8+ weeks to birth, still in utero
pelvis
a basin-like structure; may refer to the renal or the reproductive pelvis
viable
capable of living outside the uterus