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Pathophysiology reproductive system
A major concern in the treatment of go…
A treatment for trich is a single dose…
Considering the mediating factors of P…
Cryptochidism can be defined as
development of abx resistance
sexual partners should be treated even if they are asymptomatic
SSRI's
testicular maldescent
A major concern in the treatment of go…
development of abx resistance
A treatment for trich is a single dose…
sexual partners should be treated even if they are asymptomatic
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Pathophysiology - reproductive system disorders
Gonorrhea etiology
Gonorrhea signs and symptoms
Gonorrhea diagnosis
Gonorrhea treatment
-infection from bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae... -usually spre…
-incubation is 2-14 days... -dysuria, discomfort in urethra, pur…
culture from exudate or stain from smear
antibiotics
Gonorrhea etiology
-infection from bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae... -usually spre…
Gonorrhea signs and symptoms
-incubation is 2-14 days... -dysuria, discomfort in urethra, pur…
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Reproductive System (Pathophysiology)
What is the primary organs of the male…
What is the process of sperm production?
What cells produce testosterone?
What are the 4 functions of testostero…
Male = testes... Female = ovaries
Spermatogonia (2n) to primary spermatocyte (2n) -- 1st meiosi…
interstitial cells in the testes
1. controls growth and function of male reproductive tissues…
What is the primary organs of the male…
Male = testes... Female = ovaries
What is the process of sperm production?
Spermatogonia (2n) to primary spermatocyte (2n) -- 1st meiosi…
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Pathophysiology- Reproductive System
what is thelarche?
what is precocious puberty?
what is dysmenorrhea?
what is associated with the onset of m…
altered breast development
onset of early sexual maturation... 7 in girls... 9 in boys
painful menstruation
pelvic pain
what is thelarche?
altered breast development
what is precocious puberty?
onset of early sexual maturation... 7 in girls... 9 in boys
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Pathophysiology: Reproductive System
Premenstural syndrome
Ovarian cysts
Pelvic inflammatory disease
Sexually transmitted disease
group of signs and symptoms experienced by some women in the…
collections of fluid within a sac (cyst) in the ovary
infection of the upper female genital tract-the cervix, uteru…
STD
Premenstural syndrome
group of signs and symptoms experienced by some women in the…
Ovarian cysts
collections of fluid within a sac (cyst) in the ovary
73 terms
Pathophysiology - reproductive system disorders
Gonorrhea etiology
Gonorrhea signs and symptoms
Gonorrhea diagnosis
Gonorrhea treatment
-infection from bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae... -usually spre…
-incubation is 2-14 days... -dysuria, discomfort in urethra, pur…
culture from exudate or stain from smear
antibiotics
Gonorrhea etiology
-infection from bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae... -usually spre…
Gonorrhea signs and symptoms
-incubation is 2-14 days... -dysuria, discomfort in urethra, pur…
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Reproductive System Pathophysiology
Amenorrhea
Primary Amenorrhea
Secondary Amenorrhea
Dysmenorrhea
Absence of menstrual cycle
Failure to begin menstruation at puberty
3-6 months without a menstrual cycle, or three typical cycles…
painful menstruation
Amenorrhea
Absence of menstrual cycle
Primary Amenorrhea
Failure to begin menstruation at puberty
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Pathophysiology Reproductive System
What are three benign breast disorders?
What is fibrocystic breast condition?
What is important to remember about fi…
When would fibrocystic breast conditio…
Fibrocystic breast condition... Gynecomastia... Mastitis
An imbalance of estrogen to progesterone causing changes in t…
It does not increase the risk for breast cancer
After menopause
What are three benign breast disorders?
Fibrocystic breast condition... Gynecomastia... Mastitis
What is fibrocystic breast condition?
An imbalance of estrogen to progesterone causing changes in t…
22 terms
Pathophysiology of Disease: Reproductive System
Reproductive System: Functions (Propag…
Reproductive System: Functions (Propag…
Reproductive System: Functions (Propag…
Reproductive System: Functions (Propag…
-Spermatogenesis- production of the sperm in the testes of th…
-Testosterone- promotes increased muscle mass, skeletal mass,…
-Spontaneous ovulators- ovulate at specific intervals of the…
-Period of development of the fetus after fertilization... -Typi…
Reproductive System: Functions (Propag…
-Spermatogenesis- production of the sperm in the testes of th…
Reproductive System: Functions (Propag…
-Testosterone- promotes increased muscle mass, skeletal mass,…
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Pathophysiology-Reproductive System
Hypospadias
Epispadias
Phimosis
Priapism
urethral meatus opens on the ventral surface of the penis... th…
dorsal surface opening
foreskin that cannot retract over glans penis... -this can be c…
intractable erection associated with venous thrombosis of cor…
Hypospadias
urethral meatus opens on the ventral surface of the penis... th…
Epispadias
dorsal surface opening
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Pathophysiology of the Reproductive System
Endothelial dysfunction & down regulat…
Possible decrease in nitric oxide in t…
Possible endothelial dysfunction in pe…
Possible endothelial dysfunction, asso…
A. Metabolic Syndrome
B. Lower urinary tract symptoms of BH
C. CVD
D. Tobacco Smoking
Endothelial dysfunction & down regulat…
A. Metabolic Syndrome
Possible decrease in nitric oxide in t…
B. Lower urinary tract symptoms of BH
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Pathophysiology Reproductive System
Cryptorchidism
Spermatogenesis
Dysuria
Epispadias
Maldescent of the testis, occurs when one of the testes fails…
Production of spermatozoa
Painful urination
Urethra opening on the dorsal (upper) surface of the penis
Cryptorchidism
Maldescent of the testis, occurs when one of the testes fails…
Spermatogenesis
Production of spermatozoa
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pathophysiology- reproductive system
gonorrhea
gonorrhea
gonorrhea
dysuria
etiology:... -infection from bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae... -us…
S&S:... -incubation is 2-14 days... -dysuria, discomfort in urethra…
diagnosis:... -culture from exudate or stain from smear
painful or difficult urination
gonorrhea
etiology:... -infection from bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae... -us…
gonorrhea
S&S:... -incubation is 2-14 days... -dysuria, discomfort in urethra…
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Male Reproductive System Pathophysiology
Phimosis
Smegma
Epididymitis
Cryptorchidism
congenital narrowing of opening of the foreskin so that it ca…
sebaceous secretion in the folds of the skin, especially unde…
inflammation of the coiled tube (epididymis) at the back of t…
testicle that hasn't moved into the bag of skin below the pen…
Phimosis
congenital narrowing of opening of the foreskin so that it ca…
Smegma
sebaceous secretion in the folds of the skin, especially unde…
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Pathophysiology- Reproductive System
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
Ovarian cysts
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
Sexually transmitted disease (STD)
Known as PMS, where women experience extreme changes in mood…
collections of fluid within a sac (cyst) in the ovary
infection of the upper female genital tract-the cervix, uteru…
communicable diseases spread from person to person through se…
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
Known as PMS, where women experience extreme changes in mood…
Ovarian cysts
collections of fluid within a sac (cyst) in the ovary
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Pathophysiology: Reproductive System Disorders
Gonorrhea
Gonorrhea Signs and Symptoms
Gonorrhea Diagnosis
Genital Herpes
Etiology:... Infection from bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae... Sexu…
Incubation is 2-14 days... Dysuria, discomfort in urethra, purul…
culture from exudate or stain from smear
Viral infection from herpes simplex virus (HSV-2)... Transmitted…
Gonorrhea
Etiology:... Infection from bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae... Sexu…
Gonorrhea Signs and Symptoms
Incubation is 2-14 days... Dysuria, discomfort in urethra, purul…
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Pathophysiology Reproductive System
What are three benign breast disorders?
What is fibrocystic breast condition?
What is important to remember about fi…
When would fibrocystic breast conditio…
Fibrocystic breast condition... Gynecomastia... Mastitis
An imbalance of estrogen to progesterone causing changes in t…
It does not increase the risk for breast cancer
After menopause
What are three benign breast disorders?
Fibrocystic breast condition... Gynecomastia... Mastitis
What is fibrocystic breast condition?
An imbalance of estrogen to progesterone causing changes in t…
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Pathophysiology of the Female reproductive system
what is the normal position of the ute…
what are the 4 types of displacement ?
what are the complicated causes of dis…
what are the uncomplicated causes of d…
at right angle to vagina, slight forward curve
1. Retrovertion ... 2. Retroflexion... 3. Anteverted ... 4. Anteflexed
1. cyst... 2. fibroid
1. unknown aetiology... 2. spontaneous retro-displacement
what is the normal position of the ute…
at right angle to vagina, slight forward curve
what are the 4 types of displacement ?
1. Retrovertion ... 2. Retroflexion... 3. Anteverted ... 4. Anteflexed
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Reproductive system Ch11 Pathophysiology
Labia Majora
Perineum
Ova, Estrogen, Progesterone and Fixed…
Fallopian Tubes
What is the outer vaginal lips that enclose and protect other…
What is the space between the rectal opening and the vaginal…
What do ovaries produce? What is true of ova at birth?
What is the site of fertilization of the ovum?
Labia Majora
What is the outer vaginal lips that enclose and protect other…
Perineum
What is the space between the rectal opening and the vaginal…
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Pathophysiology Ch 12 (Reproductive System)
Amenorrhea
Dysmenorrhea
Menometorrhagia
Menapause
absence of menses
painful menses
Abnormally heavy bleeding at irregular intervals
Cessation of menses
Amenorrhea
absence of menses
Dysmenorrhea
painful menses
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Pathophysiology Ch: 19 Reproductive System
Testes
Epididymis
Vas deferens
Seminal vesicles
Where does spermatogenesis occur?
...
Male organ that transports sperm to urethra
Male organ that secretes a fluid to nourish sperm
Testes
Where does spermatogenesis occur?
Epididymis
...
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Pathophysiology Test 5: Reproductive System
BPH is
BPH/Prostate Cancer risk factors
Prostate makeup
BPH pathology
benign prosthetic hyperplasia... increase in cells of TZ
BRCA2 gene mutation... many sex partners... sex young... western diet;…
fibromusclar gland... 2 layer epithelium... -cuboidal... -columnal sec…
testosterone-DHT-GF-proliferation... -testosterone enters stroma…
BPH is
benign prosthetic hyperplasia... increase in cells of TZ
BPH/Prostate Cancer risk factors
BRCA2 gene mutation... many sex partners... sex young... western diet;…
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Pathophysiology chapter 8 reproductive system
what is the primary purpose of the mal…
what does the male reproductive system…
The male reproduction is structurally…
what is the external genitalia and con…
generate and transport sperm
sex hormones, urin production
Penis, scrotum, testes, duct system and accessory glands
penis
what is the primary purpose of the mal…
generate and transport sperm
what does the male reproductive system…
sex hormones, urin production
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Chapter 12 Pathophysiology Reproductive System
Sperm
Eggs from ovaries
The process of reproduction requires _…
Gonads
The germ cells that the male produces
The germ cells that the female produces
That the sperm fertilize the egg
Produces germ cells and hormones
Sperm
The germ cells that the male produces
Eggs from ovaries
The germ cells that the female produces
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Pathophysiology U11-Reproductive System
Ovarian Cancer
Cervical Cancer
Epididymitis
Prostate Cancer
5% of GYN CA; 40-70 peak incidence; 70% is bilateral. Higher…
20% of GYN CA; 40-45 peak incidence-one cause is HPV virus. H…
Inflammation of the epididymis secondary to UTI or STD. Less…
28% of male CA; 80% greater than 65 yrs. No initial S/S so us…
Ovarian Cancer
5% of GYN CA; 40-70 peak incidence; 70% is bilateral. Higher…
Cervical Cancer
20% of GYN CA; 40-45 peak incidence-one cause is HPV virus. H…
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NUR241 Pathophysiology reproductive system
In the vast majority of cases of delay…
A 20-year-old female presents with pel…
A 20-year-old female presents with irr…
By definition, dysfunctional uterine b…
c.slow maturation.
c.elevated prostaglandins.
b.dysfunctional uterine bleeding.
b.disturbances in the menstrual cycle.
In the vast majority of cases of delay…
c.slow maturation.
A 20-year-old female presents with pel…
c.elevated prostaglandins.
Pathophysiology Final-Female Reproductive System
Ages of Puberty onset
Systems involved in Puberty
Estradiol
Estrogen and increased production of g…
(Onset of sexual maturation)... Girls-Begins at approximately ag…
Hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis, central nervous sy…
Responsible for breast development; maturation of the vagina,…
Responsible for rapid skeletal growth in both boys and girls.
Ages of Puberty onset
(Onset of sexual maturation)... Girls-Begins at approximately ag…
Systems involved in Puberty
Hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis, central nervous sy…
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pathophysiology: female reproductive system & breast
female with:... -----1. obesity... -----2. m…
hormone level of Polycystic ovary synd…
how are the ovaries in Polycystic ovar…
rick of polycystic ovary syndrome
Polycystic ovary syndrome
1. high LH... 2. excess androgen production (does to LH) ... 3. ins…
enlarge ovaries
1. diabetes... 2. endometrial hyperplasia.
female with:... -----1. obesity... -----2. m…
Polycystic ovary syndrome
hormone level of Polycystic ovary synd…
1. high LH... 2. excess androgen production (does to LH) ... 3. ins…
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Advanced Pathophysiology - Hormones and Reproductive System
Are rare, but when they occur they are…
Neurogenic
Nephrogenic
May involve either hypo or hyper funct…
Posterior Pituitary
occurs when any organic lesion of the hypothalamus, infundibu…
in an insensitivity of the renal tubules to ADH
Anterior Pituitary
Are rare, but when they occur they are…
Posterior Pituitary
Neurogenic
occurs when any organic lesion of the hypothalamus, infundibu…
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The Female Reproductive System Pathophysiology-Chapter 17
cervicitis
cystocele
endometrial carcinoma
endometriosis
An acute or chronic inflammation of the uterine cervix
A herniation or downward protrusion of the urinary bladder th…
A malignant tumor of the inner lining of the uterus
The presence and growth of endometrial tissue in areas outsid…
cervicitis
An acute or chronic inflammation of the uterine cervix
cystocele
A herniation or downward protrusion of the urinary bladder th…
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The Male Reproductive System Pathophysiology-Chapter 16
anorchism
balanitis
benign prostatic hypertrophy
cryptorchidism
The absence of one or both testicles
Inflammation of the glans penis and the mucous membrane beneath
A benign enlargement of the prostate gland creating pressure…
A condition of undescended testicle(s)
anorchism
The absence of one or both testicles
balanitis
Inflammation of the glans penis and the mucous membrane beneath
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Ch. 11-Reproductive System-Pathophysiology-Williams
Cervical Cancer
Dysmenorrhea
Endometriosis
Fibroid Tumors
(D) Growth of malignant cells in the lining of the cervix or…
(D) Painful menstrual periods... (E) Can be free-standing issue…
(D) Cells from the endometrium implant elsewhere in the body.…
(D) Isiomyomas are benign tumors that grow in or around the u…
Cervical Cancer
(D) Growth of malignant cells in the lining of the cervix or…
Dysmenorrhea
(D) Painful menstrual periods... (E) Can be free-standing issue…
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Pathophysiology Chapter 8 Reproductive System Abnormalities
Epispadias
When does Epispadias develops?
What problems does Epispadias causes?
How can Epispadias be treated?
*refers to the condition in which the urethral meatus occurs…
*during the first month of gestation
*urination problems in men and sexual dissatisfaction in wome…
*surgical procedures can use the foreskin to repair the defec…
Epispadias
*refers to the condition in which the urethral meatus occurs…
When does Epispadias develops?
*during the first month of gestation
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Pathophysiology: Chapter 19 Reproductive System Disorders
Testes
Scrotum
Spermatic cords
Seminiferous tubules
produce sperm and testosterone beginning at puberty
sac that suspends the testes outside the abdominal cavity
suspend testes and contain arteries, veins, and lymphatics fo…
"sperm factories"
Testes
produce sperm and testosterone beginning at puberty
Scrotum
sac that suspends the testes outside the abdominal cavity
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Pathophysiology IV - Anatomy & Physiology of the Male Reproductive System
Wolffian and Mullerian Ducts
Wolffian
Y chromosome
Anti-Müllerian Hormone
The two ducts both present in the embryo in the undifferentia…
Embryonic duct related to male genitalia development
Chromosome related to development of the testes
Protein which inhibits the development of the Müllerian ducts…
Wolffian and Mullerian Ducts
The two ducts both present in the embryo in the undifferentia…
Wolffian
Embryonic duct related to male genitalia development
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Pathophysiology Chapter 8 Reproductive System Anatomy
Reproductive System
Male Vs. Female Reproductive System
Normal Male Reproductive System
Penis
*necessary for the survival of the species... *responsible for t…
*male reproductive system generates sperm and transports it t…
*includes organs involved in spermatogenesis ... -penis, scrotum…
*has erectile tissue that fills with blood during sexual arou…
Reproductive System
*necessary for the survival of the species... *responsible for t…
Male Vs. Female Reproductive System
*male reproductive system generates sperm and transports it t…
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Pathophysiology Ch 19 Reproductive System Disorders
Where does prostatic cancer commonly s…
Where are the testes suspended to?
What is controlled by FSH and Testoste…
What manefestations are applied to ben…
Bone
Spermatic Cord
Spermatogenesis
Obstruction of urinary flow
Where does prostatic cancer commonly s…
Bone
Where are the testes suspended to?
Spermatic Cord
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Pathophysiology-Chapter 17 The Female Reproductive System
cervicitis
cystocele
endometrial carcinoma
endometriosis
An acute or chronic inflammation of the uterine cervix
A herniation or downward protrusion of the urinary bladder th…
A malignant tumor of the inner lining of the uterus
The presence and growth of endometrial tissue in areas outsid…
cervicitis
An acute or chronic inflammation of the uterine cervix
cystocele
A herniation or downward protrusion of the urinary bladder th…
25 terms
Pathophysiology-Chapter 16 The Male Reproductive System
anorchism
balanitis
benign prostatic hypertrophy
cryptorchidism
The absence of one or both testicles
Inflammation of the glans penis and the mucous membrane beneath
A benign enlargement of the prostate gland creating pressure…
A condition of undescended testicle(s)
anorchism
The absence of one or both testicles
balanitis
Inflammation of the glans penis and the mucous membrane beneath
169 terms
Pathophysiology Chapter 17: Reproductive System Diseases and Disorders
What sign and symptom of reproductive…
Blood test performed to detect prostat…
Cytologic examination of cervix to det…
Dilation of cervix and scraping of ute…
fever and malaise
prostate-specific antigen (PSA)
Papanicolaou (Pap) smear
dilatation and curettage (D&C)
What sign and symptom of reproductive…
fever and malaise
Blood test performed to detect prostat…
prostate-specific antigen (PSA)
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Pathophysiology IV - Anatomy & Physiology of the Male Reproductive System
Wolffian and Mullerian Ducts
Wolffian
Y chromosome
Anti-Müllerian Hormone
The two ducts both present in the embryo in the undifferentia…
Embryonic duct related to male genitalia development?
Chromosome related to development of the testes
Protein which inhibits the development of the Müllerian ducts…
Wolffian and Mullerian Ducts
The two ducts both present in the embryo in the undifferentia…
Wolffian
Embryonic duct related to male genitalia development?
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Lecture 10 - Male Reproductive System - Pathophysiology
main causes of ED
vascular causes of ED
neurological causes of ED
testosterone
vascular... hormonal... neurological... psychological
Diabetes (the one two punch, because it causes neurological a…
Neuropathies... Diabetes... Multiple Sclerosis... Parkinson's Disea…
one of the hormonal causes of ED... complicated relationship... low…
main causes of ED
vascular... hormonal... neurological... psychological
vascular causes of ED
Diabetes (the one two punch, because it causes neurological a…
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Pathophysiology Ch 17: Reproductive System Part 1
hysterosalpingogram
dilatation and curettage
testicular cancer
premenstrual syndrome
x-ray of fallopian tubes and uterus
light surgical sedative, dilation of cervix and scraping of u…
estrogen in the urine of males indicates
symptoms prior to menses
hysterosalpingogram
x-ray of fallopian tubes and uterus
dilatation and curettage
light surgical sedative, dilation of cervix and scraping of u…
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Pathophysiology - Diseases of the Reproductive System LV-426
chlamydia
gonorrhea
trichomoniasis
genital herpes
A bacterial STD that causes urethritis, and cervicitis in wom…
A bacterial STD that causes symptoms similar to chlamydia, bu…
A protozoal infection of the lower genitourinary tract, affec…
Recurrent viral infection of the skin of the genital area, ca…
chlamydia
A bacterial STD that causes urethritis, and cervicitis in wom…
gonorrhea
A bacterial STD that causes symptoms similar to chlamydia, bu…
48 terms
Pathophysiology Exam 3 - Alterations of the Reproductive System
Dysmenorrhea
Primary Amenorrhea
Secondary Amenorrhea
Ogliomenorrhea
Painful menstruation
Failure of menarche
Absence of menstruation for 6 months after having previously…
Long cycles (6-7 weeks)
Dysmenorrhea
Painful menstruation
Primary Amenorrhea
Failure of menarche
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Pathophysiology Ch 17: Reproductive System Part Two
prostatitis
unknown, result of UTI, STDs
benign prostatic hyperplasia
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inflammation of the prostate gland
three potential causes of prostatitis
BPH aka
benign prostatic hyperplasia is common in males over
prostatitis
inflammation of the prostate gland
unknown, result of UTI, STDs
three potential causes of prostatitis
98 terms
Pathophysiology IV: Anatomy & Physiology of the Female Reproductive System
What is the rounded, skin-covered fat…
What is the fold of skin starting at t…
What is the fold skin, fat, and erecti…
What is the area between the labia min…
mons pubis
labia majora
labia minora
vestibule
What is the rounded, skin-covered fat…
mons pubis
What is the fold of skin starting at t…
labia majora
120 terms
Pathophysiology IV: Disorders of the Male Reproductive System
presence of Wolffian ducts in embryoni…
presence of Mullerian ducts in embryon…
inhibits development of Muller ducts
hormone that stimulates the developmen…
male genitalia
female genitalia
antimullerian hormone
testosterone
presence of Wolffian ducts in embryoni…
male genitalia
presence of Mullerian ducts in embryon…
female genitalia
44 terms
Pathophysiology IV: Disorders of the Female Reproductive System
Which of the following manifestations…
Which of the following manifestations…
Which of the following manifestations…
Which of the following manifestations…
A
B
C
D
Which of the following manifestations…
A
Which of the following manifestations…
B
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SLCC PATHOPHYSIOLOGY Unit 11 The Reproductive System
Amenorrhea
Dysmenorrhea
Menometrorehagia
Menopause
Absence of menses
Painful menses
Abnormally heavy bleeding at irregular intervals
Cessation of menses
Amenorrhea
Absence of menses
Dysmenorrhea
Painful menses
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