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inflammation of the vulva (covering)
vulvitis
condition of having many breasts
polymastia
resembling an egg
ovoid
birth or labor breaking down/dissolution
tocolysis
incision of uterine (fallopian) tube
salpingotomy
surgical repair/reconstruction of the breast
mammoplasty
pertaining to across/through the vagina (sheath)
transvaginal
rupture of the uterus
hysterorrhexis
process of examination of the vagina (sheath)
colposcopy
process of recording the breast
mammography
uterus to burst forth
metrorrhagia
ovary puncture for aspiration
ovariocentesis
beginning menstruation
menarche
excision/removal of ovary
oophorectomy
deficient menstruation discharge
oligomenorrhea
condition of painful/difficult/faulty labor or birth
dystocia
one who specializes in the study or treatment of women
gynecologist
instrument to measure pelvic capacity
pelvimeter
incision of vulva (covering)
episiotomy
suture vagina (sheath)
colporrhaphy
involuntary contraction of uterus
hysterospasm
discharge of milk
lactorrhea
origin or production of egg
ovigenesis
pertaining to within cervix
endocervical
incision of uterus
uterotomy
cessation of menstruation
menopause
painful menstruation
dysmenorrhea
absence of menstruation
amenorrhea
scanty mensturation
oligomenorrhea
excessive bleeding at time of menstruation
menorrhagia
bleeding from the uterus at any time other than the normal period
metrorrhagia
development of mammary glands in male
gynecomastia
absence of a breast
amastia
unusually small breasts

surgical remedy is..
hypomastia/micromastia

augmentation mammoplasty
unusually large breasts

surgical remedy is...
hypermastia/macromastia

reduction mammoplasty
surgical fixation of a pendulous breast
mastopexy
removal of a breast
mastectomy
removal of a breast lump
lumpectomy
birth or labor
toc/o
vagina
colp/o
uterine tube
salping/o
menstruation
men/o
cervix
cervic/o
egg
ov/i
vulva
episi/o
uterus
metr/o
milk
lact/o
ovary
oophor/o
breast
mast/o
woman
gynec/o
removal of a uterine tube and an ovary
salpingo-oophorectomy
white vaginal discharge
leukorrhea
condition when the baby's head is too big for the birth canal
CPD
presence of more than one nipple on a breast
polythelia
implantation of a fertilized egg outside the uterus
ectopic pregnancy
most common bacterial STD in North America
chlamydia
excisional biopsy
LEEP
painful intercourse
dyspareunia
surgical repair of a cystocele
colporrhaphy
inflammation of entire female pelvic cavity
PID
condition of benign lumps in the breast that fluctuate in size during the menstrual cycle
fibrocystic breasts
abnormal opening between the bladder and vagina
vesicovaginal fistula
cutting and tying the uterine tubes
tubal ligation
having more than two breasts
polymastia
bacterial STD caused by a spirochete
syphilis
study of cervical cells to screen for cancer
Papanicolaou smear
(PAP smear)
condition of migration of endometrial tissue
endometriosis
abnormal opening between the rectum and vagina
rectovaginal fistula
surgical remedy for a rectocele
colporrhaphy
posterior repair
IUD
intrauterine device
HPV
human papilloma virus
CVS
chorionic villus sampling
D&C
dilation and curettage
HBV
hepatitis B virus
EDC
estimated date of confinement
HSV
herpes simplex virus
STD
sexually transmitted disease
TAB
therapeutic abortion
HRT
hormone replacement therapy
a naturally occuring miscarriage
spontaneous abortion
a miscarriage occuring in three or more consecutive pregnancies
habitual abortion
fetal expulsion with parts of the placenta remaining with bleeding
incomplete abortion
fetal death within the uterus
missed abortion
abortion induced by mechanical means or by drugs
therapeutic abortion
bleeding with the threat of miscarriage
threatened abortion
backward bend of uterus
retroflexion
genital warts
condylomata
para 2
woman who has given birth twice
descent of the uterus from its normal position
prolapse
pouching of the bladder into the vagina
cystocele
a pregnant woman
gravida
protrustion of the rectum into the vagina
rectocele
toxemia of pregnancy
eclampsia
cervical dysplasia
CIN 2
first delivery
primipara
forward bend of uterus
anteflexion
cancer
CIS