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amni
amnion
cervic
cervix
colp/o
vagina
gravid/o
pregnant woman
gynec
woman
hyster
uterus
lapar
abdomen
mamm/o
breast
mast
breast
men/o
menstruation
metr
uterine tissues
nat/o
birth
o/o
egg
oophor/o
ovary
salping
uterine tube (fallopian)
syphil
syphilis
top/o
place
vagin
vagina
a
without, lack of
aniso
unequal
ante
before
bi
two,both
dys
difficult, painful
ecto
outside of
endo
inner
infra
below, under
iso
same, equal
multi
many
neo
new
nulli
none
post
afterr
pre
before, in front of
primi
first
centesis
surgical puncture for fluid removal
gravida
pregnancy
para
refers to woman who carries to term
partum
delivery / childbirth
pexy
fixation of a prolapse
phobia
fear
ptosis
prolapse
stasis
control or stopping
oogenesis
forming and development of eggs
oophoritis
inflammation of ovary
oophoropexy
fixation of a displaced or prolapsed ovary.
pexy
suffix that means fixation.
orchidopexy
displaced testicle
nephropexy
fixation of a displaced kidney
colp/o
vagina
salping/o
refers to the uterine tubes
salpingostomy
surgical opening into a uterine tube
salpingitis
inflammation of a uterine tube
salpingectomy
excision of a uterine tube
salping/o-oophor/ectomy
removal of fallopian tube and ovary (use of o-o)
colpodynia
vaginal pain
colporrhaphy
suture of the vagina
colp/o/pexy
fixation of a prolapsed vagina.
hyster/o/tomy
incision into uterus
hyster/o
uterus as a organ
hystopathy
general term for any disease of the uterus
hyster/o/salping/o/gram
procedure to determine openness of fallopian tubes.
hyster/o/salping/oophor/ectomy
uterus, fallopian tube, ovary removal
metr
uterine tissue
metrorrhea
flow or discharge from uterine tissue
metrocele
herniation of the uterus
endometrium
inner lining of the uterus
ptosis
suffix meaning prolapse
hysteroptosis
prolapse of the uterus
obstetrician
provides prenatal care
gynecoid
resembling a woman
gynecopathy
disease pecular to women
gynecophobia
fear of women
cervic/o
cervix
lapar
abdominal wall
laparoscopy
examining abdominal cavity with laparoscope
laparorrhaphy
suturing of vaginal wall
centesis
surgical punct6ure to remove fluid from body cavity
isocytosis
cells of equal size
intra/ven/ous ringerrs lactate
another isotonic solution.
aniocytosis
cell inequality
mammography
record of breast xray
mammoplasty
surgical repair of the breast
bilateral
procedure performed on both sides.
infra
below or under
men/o
refers to menses
menorrhagia
excessive menstruation
dys/men/o/rrhea
painful menstrual flow
dys
painful, faulty, diseased, bad or difficult
a/men/o/rrhea
absense of menstrual flow
men/o/stasis
stopping menstrual flow (using medication or surgery
multi
many
multicellular
many cells
multipara
woman who has borne more than one child
nulli
none
nullipara
woman who has never borne a child
primipara
woman having first labor and delivery
primigravida
woman having first preg.
ectopic
out of place
pre
before
ante
prefix for before
febrile
fever
puerperium
3-6 weeks after giving birth
neonatal
new birth
natal
refers to birth
syphil/o
sexually transmitted disease
syphiloma
syphilitic tumor