5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Fallopian tube
- Internal/external os
- Broad ligament
- Posterior ligament
- a Ligament which holds the uterus, ovaries and uterine tubes
- b the respective internal and external openings of the cervix attaching the uterus and vagina
- c The inner layer of uterine wall. Specialized mucous membrane that alters its physiology during reproduction cycle.
- d (uterine tube) one of two fluid-filled tubes in human females through which an egg passes after its release from an ovary
- e A sheet of peritoneum for the posterior surface of the uterus to the rectum. Also known as rectouterine pouch or posterior cul-de-sac of Douglas.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- finger or fringe like projections at the end of the fallopian tubes. They direct the egg from the ovary to the fallopian tube
- The rounded, anterior portion of the uterus
- The inferior portion of the uterus that has the interior and exterior opening to the uterus and vagina
- fertilization anywhere but the uterus
- An enlarged portion of the uterine tube
5 True/False Questions
Infundibulum → The end of the uterine tube.
Greater vestibular glands → contribute to lubrication during sexual intercourse
Lesser vestibular glands → contribute to lubrication during sexual intercourse
Myometrium → The inner layer of uterine wall. Specialized mucous membrane that alters its physiology during reproduction cycle.
Anterior ligament → A peritoneal fold which extends from the anterior part of the uterus over the back of the bladder. It forms the vesicouterine pouch, aka, anterior cul-de-sac.