Reproduction

  1. What are the three layers of the uterus
    • Perimetrium- external
    • Myometrium- middle smooth layer (labor)
    • Endometrium- inside (lost during menstrual cycle)
  2. ____ hormone promotes the release of milk
    Oxytocin
  3. ____ promotes the production of mike
    Prolactin
  4. _______ : is a smooth muscle that contracts causing ejaculation
    Prostate gland
  5. : how many time a patient has been pregnant
    Gravida
  6. : how many time a patient has been in labor after 20 weeks
    Parent
  7. : Loss of fetus before it is mature enough to live out side of the uterus. May be spontaneous or therapeutic
    Abortions/Abortus
  8. How often should self breast exam be done
    Once a month
  9. Do not apply deodorant or powder before having a ____
    Mammography
  10. : removing a small portion of tissue, fluid, or cells from the breast or lymph for microscopic examination
    Biopsy
  11. Age 45-54 should have mammogram how often?
    Annually
  12. Decrease in estrogen cal lead to
    Osteoporosis
  13. : looks at the Fallopian tubes
    Saloon god option
  14. : looks at the uterus
    Hysteroscopy
  15. :looks at the vagina
    Colposcopy
  16. : Inserting air into the body for better visual examination
    Insufflation
  17. :view inside abdominal cavity that is inflated with CO2 for better visualization
    Laparascopy
  18. All men after _______ should do monthly testicular exams
    Puberty
  19. The most common reproductive problem in older men is
    Prostatic hypertrophy
  20. Normal PSA (prostate specific antigen)
    4ng/mL
  21. Elevated PSA can indicate
    Prostatic hypertrophy or cancer
  22. Elevate PSA level and elevated alkaline phosphatase and serum calcium may indicate
    Metastic bone cancer
  23. Elevated PAP ( prostatic acid phosphatase) May indicate
    Prostate cancer
  24. What disorders are evaluated with digital rectal exam
    Prostate disorders
  25. According to the American cancer society, what women should have a mammogram
    Women age 45-54 annually
  26. :surgical modification of the breast
    Mammoplasty
  27. :breast pain
    Mastalgia
  28. :Infection of the breast with inflammation. May produce and abscess
    Mastitis
  29. ______ menarche and _____ menopause are risk factors for breast cancer
    Early menarche and late menopause
  30. S/S of breast cancer
    Lump or thickening, dumpling, clear or bloody discharge, sweeping, tenderness, different consistency, asymmetrical movement of breast.
  31. Partial mastectomy removes ______ of the breast
    Portion
  32. ______ mastectomy removes all of the breast
    Simple
  33. ______ mastectomy removes all the breast and surrounding lymph nodes
    Radical
  34. After mastectomy the affected arm may sweep so measure and compare the circumference of
    Both arms
  35. :involves the removal of some skin and fat with subsequent resutering so that the breast tissue are healed higher on the chest to correct sagging
    Mastoplexy
  36. : a surgery to increase the size of the breasts
    Augmentation
  37. Post up for breast modification surgery is
    Monitor for poor attachment, drainage, and gaping incision lines
  38. : cervix is dilated then a spoon like instrument is used to scrape the lining of the uterus
    D&C ( dilation and curettage)
  39. :targeted burning of tissue so scar tissue can form
    Laser ablation
  40. : removal of the uterus
    Hysterectomy
  41. : painful menstruation
    Dysmenorrhea
  42. A sudden development of dysmenorrhea in a woman with no previous history of this should ______ be investigates
    Always
  43. : condition like PMS but much mire severe
    Premenstrual Syndrome
  44. :endometrial tissue is located outside of the uterus
    Endometriosis
  45. Decreased estrogen production In menopausal women leads to an increase risk of ______ and _____
    Heart disease and osteoporosis
  46. Contact with allergens or chemicals such as bubble baths or contraceptive creams can cause
    Contact vulvovaginitis
  47. : occurs when the bladder sags into the vagina space
    Cystocele
  48. :occurs when a portion of the recriminations sags into the vagina space
    Rectocele
  49. :occurs when the uterus sags into the vagina and can eventually come outside of the body
    Uterine prolapse
  50. A type of irritation of the vulva——-S/S include burning, itching, redness of vulva, cottage cheese looking discharge
    Candidiasis
  51. Irritation of the vagina———S/S itching, foul odor, dysuria, frothy discharge. PH higher than 4.5 “strawberry cervix”
    Trichomonas
  52. If a patient has frequent heart infections(6 or more a year) they should be evaluated for ___
    HIV
  53. Bacteria related to toxic shock syndrome
    Staph and strept
  54. :never developed
    Agenesis
  55. : underdeveloped
    Hypoplasia
  56. :expected opening do not exist
    Imperforated openings
  57. : starting 1st day of period, taken each morning on awakening before any activity? Changes in temp might indicate ovulation
    Basal Temperature
  58. : most effective at preventing pregnancy
    Oral contraceptives
  59. : benign growths that grow inside the uterus and cervix
    Polyps
  60. :infected bartholin glands at either side of the vagina opening that occur due to obstruction of the glands
    Bartholin cysts
  61. : freezing therapy
    Cyrotherapy
  62. : involves pairing the cervix with iodine.
    Schiller’s tests
Author
BillieClaire
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351798
Card Set
Reproduction
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