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Beneficence
The act of doing good; helping others
nonmaleficence
obligation not to inflict harm intentionally
autonomy
one who gives oneself his own law
justice
equal treatment
obstetrics
latin for stand by
peurperium
pregnancy, birth, post
parturition
giving birth
postpartum
after birth
6wks or 42days
puerperal fever
"child bed fever"

Infection that caused death
pediatrics
greek- paidos=child
iatreia=cure
hypospadius
condition where opening is under the penis that causes fertilitiy complications
retrograde ejaculation
sperm dosn't ejaculate but goes into the bladder causing fertility problems
varicocele
is a collection of blood from dialated vessles that can cause pertility problems
menstrual phase
The endometrium (the built-up lining of the uterus) is shed, along with blood.
menstral phase
is the time that the endometral lining is shed
day 1-4
proliferative phase
the increasing estrogen levels and maturing of the follicle
day 5-13
secretory phase
declining estrogen, increasing progesterone causes build up on endometiral tissue
day 15-28
follicular phase
maturing of the follicle
ovulatory phase
the release of the egg
luteal phase
The rupture of the follicle closes and becomes a courpus luteum which releases progesterone
menarche
age of first menses
zygote
fertilized oocyte
morula
pre-embryo
blastocyst
inside layer that becomes the embryo
trophoblast
outside layer that becomes the chorion and fetal half of the placenta
Nidation
Implantation - day 10
What dose the human chorionic gonadotrophin hormon do?
stimulates the corpus luteum to continue the progesterone and estrogen production
blastocyst
embroyo, yolk sac, amnion