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abortion
termination of pregnancy
amniocentesis
percutaneous aspiration of amniotic fluid
antepartum
before childbirth
cervix uteri
rounded, cone shaped neck of the uterus
cesarean
surgical opening through abdominal wall for delivery
chorionic villus sampling
biopsy of the outermost part of the placenta
cordocentesis
procedure to obtain a fetal blood sample; called percutaneous umbilical blood sampling
corpus uteri
uterus
curettage
scraping of cavity using a spoonshaped instrument
cystocele
herniation of the bladder into the vagina
delivery
childbirth
dilatation
condition of being stretched or dilated
dilation
expansion of cervix
ectopic
pregnancy outside the uterus
hysterectomy
surgical removal of the uterus
hysterorrhaphy
suturing of the uterus
hysteroscopy
visualization of the canal of the uterine cervix and cavity of the uterus using scope placed through vagina
introitus
opening or entrance to vagina to uterus
ligation
binding or tying off; binding fallopian tube for sterilization
oophor
prefix meaning ovary
oophorectomy
surgical removal of the ovary
oviduct
fallopian tubes
perineum
area betweem the vulva and anus, also known as pelvic floor
postpartum
after childbirth
salpingectomy
surgical removal of the uterine tube
salpingo
prefix meaning tube
salpingostomy
creation of a fistula into the uterine tube
tocolysis
repression of uterine contraction
anatomic site
female genital system subsection is divided by this from vulva to the ovaries
urinary system codes
skenes gland procedures are reported using codes from what subsection
skenes gland
also known as para urethral duct, group of small mucous glands located near end of urethra and part of urinary system
mons pubis
vulva includes 1
labia majora
vulva includes 2
labia minora
vulva includes3
bulb of vestible
vulva incudes 4
vaginal orifice or vestibule
vulva includes 5
bartholins gland
greater and lesser; vulva includes 6
physician
who is responsible for determining the complexity of destruction procedure
simple
destruction codes are based on whether the destruction is
complex
destruction codes are based on whether the destruction is 2
false
destruction of a lesion is also known as excision
vulvectomy
describes removal of portion of vulva
simple
extent of vulvectomy; skin and superficial subcutaneous tissue
radical
extent of vulvectomy; skin and deep subcutaneous tissue
partial
size of vulvectomy; less than 80%
complete
size of vulvectomy; greater than 80%
size and extent
removal of vulva area is reported with which two measures
vulva
external female genitalia
perineum
area between the vulva and anus; also known as pelvic floor
vagina
canal from the external female genitalia to the uterus
version
turning of the fetus from a presentation other than cephalix(head down) to cephalic for ease of birth
introitus
plastic repair of this is surgical repair of the opening of the vagina
colpotomy
cutting into the vagina to gain access to the pelvic cavity
pessary
vaginal support device
colporrhaphy
describes procedure in which the surgeon strengthens the wall of weakened vagina by pulling together the weakened area with sutures
colposcopy
microscope is used to view the vagina
general anesthesia
service described in manipulation category of vagina subheading requires
leep
loop electrode excision procedure; uses heated wire to remove cervical tissue
endometrial sampling
biopsy of the mucous lining of the uterus
hysterectomy
codes that represent the majority of codes in the corpus uteri subheading
diagnostic procedure
first rule of laparoscopy is that surgical laparoscopy always includes
chromotubation
injection of fluie, either saline or contrast material into fallopian tube during surgical procedure
radiology
hysterosalpingography would have a component code from what section
ligation
method of tubal ligation; tying of the tube with suture material
transection
method of tubal ligation; removing a portion fo the tube
occlusion
method of tubal ligation; blocking a tube with a clip, ring or band
trimesters
gestation is divided into three time periods
LMP to 12 weeks
first trimester
13-27
second trimester
28-EDD
third trimester
EDD
estimated date of delivery
ripening
preperation of cervix for birth or dilation is termed cervical
postpartum
time after delivery
block
occlusion, cervical cap