Nervous system, Female reproductive system,Male reproductive System, Urinary system

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Neurologist

Doctor who specializes in nervous system disorders and Dz.

Neurosurgeon

Surgeon, who specializes in surgical treatment of diseases of the nervous system

Anatonmy, Physiology

2 structural divisions of the nervous system

The sections are CNS AND PNS

Central Nervous System an Peripheral Nervous System.

Central Nervous System

CNS: consists of Brain/Spinal cord

Peripheral Nervous System

Consists of 12 PAIRS OF CRANIAL NERVES
31 PARIS OF SPINAL NERVES

Nervous Tissue

Neuron Synapse, neurotransmitters

Neurons

MAIN UNIT OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, Nerve cells

Synapse

Small space between nerve endings

Neurotransmitters

Chemical substance released at the synapse that initiates impulses

Neurotransmitters

Initiate IMPULSES

Brain has 3 parts

Cerebrum, Cerebellum, and Brain Stem

Cerebrum

LARGEST and UPPER most portion

Cerebellum

2nd Largest portion, POSTERIOR Portion

Brain Stem

MIDBRAIN, PONS AND MEDULLA OBLONGATA

Bells Palsy

Disorder, Dz causing Temporary Paralysis of face, ONE SIDE ONLY, Caused by Inflammation of facial Nerves.

CVA

Cerebrovascular Accident also called STROKE, lack of blood flow to the the Brain damage to tissues

Quadriplagia

Total Paralysis of all 4 extremities arms/legs

Cerebell/o

Cerebellum

Encephal/o

brain

Kinesi/o

Movement

Myel/o

Spinal Cord/ Bone Marrow

Neur/o

Nerves, Nervous system

-algia

Pain

-asthenia

weakness

-Paresis

Partial paralysis

-plegia

paralysis

Gynecologist

Specialist in female reproductive system

Obstetrician

Dr that specializes in female reproductive system and manages childbirth process, pregnancy and more specializations such as Menopauses

Anatomy

Ovaries, fallopiantubes, Uterus, Vagina, Vulva

Menstrual Cycle

Period, Monthly Menses

Gestation

Length of pregnancy

Prenatal

Time before birth

Placenta

organ that maintain the fetus

Embryo

Development AT conception until 3rd month

Fetus

after the 3rd month until birth, term

Labor

Delivery In labor

Parturition

Child Birth

Post Partum

After birth

Lactation

production of breast milk

21 Days of conception

You will have a heart beat

Dysmenorrhea

difficulties or painful periods

Vaginitis

Inflammation of the vagina

PID

Pelvis Inflammatory disease, inflammation of the pelvic tissue also called STD such as chlamydia or Genorrhea

Gynec/o

Female

Hyster/o

Uterus

Uter/o

Uterus

Met/ro

Uterus

Lapar/o

abdomen

Mamm/o

breast

Ovari/o

avaries

Salping/o

Fallopian tubes

-Arches

beginning

-Gravida

Pregnancy

-Ptosis

dropping, falling

Par-

to bear

Post

after

Pre or Pro

before

BV

Bacterial Vaginitis

D & C

Dialatiion/ Curttage

LMP

Last menstrual period

Testes

PRIMARY reproductive organ that produces sperm and testosterone

Scrotum

External sac that contains testes

Prostate gland

gland at the base of the bladder that contributes to Seminal fluid

Penis

external organ

BPH

Disorder: Benign Prostate Hypertrophy prostate enlargement causes inability to empty bladder completely

Hydrocele

Collection of fluid in the Scrotum

STD

Affect both men/women

Crypt/o

HIDDEN

Epididym/o

Epididymis

Orch/o Orchid/o

Testes, testicles

-Plasia

Formation

Urinary system function

filtration of the blood recovery of useful products, Glucose and electrolytes and elimination of waste products

Urologist

Specialist who treats disorders of urinary system

Nephrologist

Specialist who treats disease of the kidneys an urinary system as well as providing treatment of systemic disease

Anatomy-Organ of the Urinary system

2 Kidneys fist size, 2 Ureters, tubes that carry urine to the bladder from each kidneys, 1 Urinary bladder, expendable organ that hold urine, 1 Urethra tube that EXPELS urine from body

Nephrolithiasis

Kidney stone, also called Renal Calculi

UTI

Urinary tract infection Anywhere in urinary tract

Hematuria

blood in urine

Cyst/o

sac bladder

Lith/o

stone

Nephr/o

Kidney

-uria

urine

-tripsy

Process of crushing

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