Review operative procedures
Review surgical procedures for each system
Review provider specialties and specialists
Know anatomy and physiology of each system
Know the positions of the uterus Retroversion: Turned backward with the cervix pointing forward toward the symphysis pubis. Retroflexion: Bent backward at an angle with the cervix usually unchanged fromits normal position. Anteversion: Fundus turned forward toward the pubis with the cervix tilted up toward the sacrum.
Know the congenital opening of the male urethra- epispadias (urethra opens on the dorsum of the penis) and hypospadias (urethra opens on the underside of the penis) Be able to define:
Oophorectomy- When the entire uterus, including the cervix, fallopian tubes, and ovaries, is removed during a hysterectomy, it is referred to as a panhysterosalpingo-oophorectomy.
Mammoplasty- Surgical repair of the breast
Augmentation- an adding on, or the resulting condition.
Metrorrhagia- is uterine bleeding at irregular intervals, particularly between the expected menstrual periods.
Orchiotomy - removal of the testicles.
Oligospermia- Condition in which there is insufficient (scanty) amount of spermatozoa in the semen
Balantitis- inflammation of the glans penis.
Anorchism- Condition in which there is a lack of one or both testes
Meconium- the earliest stools of a mammalian infant
Myometrium- Muscular tissue of the uterus
Salping/o- A tube (usually the uterine or auditory tube).
Amenorrhea- Lack of the monthly flow (menses ormenstruation)
Dyspareunia- Difficult or painful sexual intercourse (copulation)
Enterocele- a protrusion of the small intestines and peritoneum into the vaginal canal. It may be treated transvaginally or by laparoscopy.
Rectocele - rectal prolapse) occurs when the end of the large intestine (rectum) pushes through the back wall of the vagina. Menopause- With decreased production of the female hormones,...
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