the absence of menstrual bleeding.
yeast infection; caused by fungus called candida albicans.
CARCINOMA IN SITU
cancer that has stayed in the place where it began and has not spread to neighboring tissues.
painless erosion or papule that ulcerates superfically with a scooped out appearance.
intracellular bacterium, causes many sexually transmitted diseases.
removal of the foreskin of the penis.
a period of life characterized by physiological and psychic change that marks the end of reproductive capacity of women and terminates with the completion of menopause.
repair of a rupture of the vagina by suturing the edges.
procedure that allows the physician to look at the cervix and vagina closer.
failure of one or both testes to descend into the scrotum.
visual examination of the female viscera(rectovaginal pouch)
removal of tissue or growths from the interior of a body cavity.
painful menstruation; abnormal uterine bleeding.
condition in which endometrial tissue appears outside the uterus.
inflammation or infection of the epidiymis.
abnormal opening between two organs.
an entrance to a cavity.
examination of the abdominal cavity with a laparoscope through a small incision made beneath the umbilicus; provides direct visualization of the uterus and adnexa.
study of the breast using x-ray.
excessive bleeding in amount and duration.
bleeding between menstrual periods.
removal of the uterus, fallopian tubes, and the ovaries.
pap test; used to detect cancer of the uterus or cervix.
tightening of the foreskin of the penis.
the entire uterus protrudes through the introitus.
SENTINEL LYMPH NODE MAPPING
identifies the first lymph node most likely to drain the cancerous cells.
sexually transmitted disease caused by the protozoan T. vaginalis.
stringy, elastic character of cervical mucus during the ovulatory period.
a hypothetic line dividing the upper, or false, pelvis from the lower, or true, pelvis.
pituitary hormone that stimulates and maintains the secretions of milk.