External female genitalia, including labia majora, labia minora, clitoris, and vaginal opening
Opening or entrance to the vagina
Canal from the external female genitalia to the uterus
Rounded, cone-shaped neck of the uterus, part of it protruding into the vagina
Scraping of a cavity using a spoon-shaped instrument
Surgical opening through abdominal wall for delivery
Turning of the fetus from a presentation other than cepahlic to cephalic for ease of birth
Procedure to obtain a fetal blood sample, also called a percutaneous umbilical blood sampling
Biopsy of the outermost part of the placenta
Chorionic villus sampling (CVS)
Repression of uterine contractions
Vaginal delivery after previous cesarean delivery
Plastic repair of the _____ is surgical repair of the opening to the vagina.
An incision into the vagina to gain access to the pelvic cavity is _____.
The insertion of a long needle into the back wall of the vagina to gain access to a peritoneal cul de sac abscess is _____.
A vaginal support device is a _____.
When reporting the service of the introduction of a diaphragm the cost is included in the introduction. True or False?
The term that describes the procedure in which the surgeon strengthens the wall of the weakened vagina by pulling together the weakened vaginal area with sutures is _____.
The microscope that is used to view the vagina is a _____.
loop electrode excision procedure
Endometrial _____ is a biopsy of the mucous lining of the uterus.
What one procedure represents the majority of the codes in the Corpus Uteri subheading?
Hydatidiform mole results from genetic abnormalities. True or False?
A hysterosalpingography would have a component code from what section of the CPT manual?
The three methods of tubal ligation are ligation, _____, and _____.
The first gestation time period is LMP to week __, the second is week __ to week 27, and the third is week __ to the EDD.
12, 13, 28
What does EDD stand for?
estimated date of delivery
Preparation of the cervix for birth or dilation is termed cervical _____.
Connection of two regions or structures
Tissue connection between right and left thyroid lobes
Affecting the opposite side
Develops in the embryo stage after the formation of the thyroid gland
Glands located on the top of the kidneys that produce steroid hormones
Part of the endocrine system, a gland that produces hormones that regulate metabolism
Produces hormones important to the immune response
Produces a hormone to mobilize calcium from the bones to the blood
The part of the skeleton that encloses the brain
Entire skeletal framework of the head
A method of identifying a specific area or point in the brain
Sensory or motor nerve
Part of the peripheral nervous system that controls automatic body function; activated under stress
Twelve pairs of cranial nerves, 31 pairs of spinal nerves, and autonomic nervous system; connects peripheral receptors to the brain and spinal cord
Divert or make an artificial passage
Brain and spinal cord
Central Nervous System
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