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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
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…
9 terms
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…
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…
25 terms
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…
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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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
25 terms
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…
24 terms
Pathophysiology: Endocrine, STD, Female/Male Reproductive System
What is the 3 step process called that…
What happens in the hypothalamic-pitui…
Endocrine gland hormones include..
Endocrine gland hormones are kept in c…
*hypothalamic-pituitary-hormonal axis
1. hypothalamic portion of brain secretes releasing factor th…
*thyroxine... *cortisol... *epinephrine... *parathyroid hormone... *ADH
*a unique endocrine feedback system
What is the 3 step process called that…
*hypothalamic-pituitary-hormonal axis
What happens in the hypothalamic-pitui…
1. hypothalamic portion of brain secretes releasing factor th…
57 terms
Pathophysiology- Male/Female Reproductive
ED
Priapism
sickle cell and neoplasms
hydrocele
What is a marker for cardiovascular disease (warning sign of…
Abnormal, painful and prolonged erection of the penis (>4 HOU…
Most common cause of priapism between 5-10?
A collection of peritoneal fluid between the parietal and vis…
ED
What is a marker for cardiovascular disease (warning sign of…
Priapism
Abnormal, painful and prolonged erection of the penis (>4 HOU…
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
27 terms
Female Reproductive System/Breast Disorders Pathophysiology
Estrogen
Progesterone
Androgens
Vaginitis Etiology/Patho
-maintains skin and vessel function... -decrease calcium release…
-supports pregnancy... -breast development... -leads to increase al…
pubescent hair growth
-inflammation of tissues of vagina... -etiology: poor hygiene, i…
Estrogen
-maintains skin and vessel function... -decrease calcium release…
Progesterone
-supports pregnancy... -breast development... -leads to increase al…
14 terms
Pathophysiology IV - Disorders of the female Reproductive System
Malodorous
Vaginitis
Redness and swelling
elderly
Vaginitis includes discharge that is malorodorous or has no s…
Pain during urination or sexual intercourse is a Manifestion…
Name a few Manifestion of Vaginitis in the vaginal tissues
Primary cancer is most prevalent in this age group
Malodorous
Vaginitis includes discharge that is malorodorous or has no s…
Vaginitis
Pain during urination or sexual intercourse is a Manifestion…
Female Reproductive System
uterus
ovaries
fallopian tubes
endometrium
shelters and nourishes the fetus
contain ova, or eggs from the ovaries to the uterus
carry eggs from the ovaries to the uterus
the lining of the uterus
uterus
shelters and nourishes the fetus
ovaries
contain ova, or eggs from the ovaries to the uterus
38 terms
Pathophysiology - Reproductive (Female)
usually hormonal. Abnormal production…
Fibrocystic breast disease... Changes wit…
Subareolar abscess, intraductal papill…
Pregnancy issues... Fetal disability or d…
Galactorrhea
Nonproliferative breast lesions
common causes of abnormal nipple discharge
What STI's result in
usually hormonal. Abnormal production…
Galactorrhea
Fibrocystic breast disease... Changes wit…
Nonproliferative breast lesions
18 terms
Female Reproductive System
Female Reproductive system
Female reproductive organs
Organs and fuctions
Vagina
The muscular tube leading from the external genitals to the c…
Female Reproductive system
Female reproductive organs
female reproductive pathophysiology
bartholin gland cyst
vaginitis
Cervicitis
pelvic inflammatory disease
-fluid filled sacs that develops due to obstruction of the ma…
-inflammation due to chemical irritants, foreign bodies, infe…
-inflammation of cervix... Related to a variety of infective age…
-Organisms ascend through the cervical canal to the endometri…
bartholin gland cyst
-fluid filled sacs that develops due to obstruction of the ma…
vaginitis
-inflammation due to chemical irritants, foreign bodies, infe…
57 terms
Pathophysiology- Male/Female Reproductive
ED
Priapism
sickle cell and neoplasms
hydrocele
What is a marker for cardiovascular disease (warning sign of…
Abnormal, painful and prolonged erection of the penis (>4 HOU…
Most common cause of priapism between 5-10?
A collection of peritoneal fluid between the parietal and vis…
ED
What is a marker for cardiovascular disease (warning sign of…
Priapism
Abnormal, painful and prolonged erection of the penis (>4 HOU…
65 terms
Pathophysiology-Male and Female Reproductive
most common male cancer?
risk factors for prostate cancer
Prostate Cancer Symptoms
Prostate Cancer initially develops in…
prostate
male, 50 +years old, African American, high-fat diets, US and…
pain, fatigue, weight loss, urinary obstruction (leads to inc…
periphery of the prostate,... seminal vesicles, urinary bladder
most common male cancer?
prostate
risk factors for prostate cancer
male, 50 +years old, African American, high-fat diets, US and…
96 terms
Pathophysiology Chapter 17: Female Reproductive
Frequently infections of the genital t…
certain virus infections of the genita…
Vaginitis
what are the 3 major causes of vaginit…
vagina, cervix, fallopian tubes
condylomas
Vaginal infections are common... they cause vaginal discharge, w…
fungus Candida albicans... protozoa parasite, Trichomonas vagina…
Frequently infections of the genital t…
vagina, cervix, fallopian tubes
certain virus infections of the genita…
condylomas
70 terms
Pathophysiology IV - Disorders of the Female Reproductive System - The External Genitalia and Vagina
Vulvitis
Candida albicans (mostly)- (diabetes)
Other causes of Vulvitis besides Candi…
Irritant discharge
Inflammation accompanied by pruritis of the vulva
Main cause of Vulvitis
STD (herpes, HPV), Local chemical irritants, menopause
Manifestations of Vulvitis
Vulvitis
Inflammation accompanied by pruritis of the vulva
Candida albicans (mostly)- (diabetes)
Main cause of Vulvitis
90 terms
Pathophysiology of Female Reproductive Problems
ovum is fertilized in fallopian tube (…
benign neoplasms of smooth muscle (fib…
uterine tissue growing outside the ute…
infection of the endometrium
ectopic pregnancy
leiomyomas
endometriosis
endometritis
ovum is fertilized in fallopian tube (…
ectopic pregnancy
benign neoplasms of smooth muscle (fib…
leiomyomas
29 terms
Female Reproductive System -Female
Amni/o
Cervix/o
Chori/o ... chorion/o
Colp/o ... vagin/o
amnion
neck, cervix
chorion
vagina
Amni/o
amnion
Cervix/o
neck, cervix
19 terms
Female Reproductive System/Reproduction
Ovary
Fallopian Tubes
Endometrium
Cervix
Female reproductive gland that makes sex hormones that help e…
Tubes that carry eggs from the ovaries to the uters
Inside lining of the uterus (what sheds during menstruation)
Base of the uterus
Ovary
Female reproductive gland that makes sex hormones that help e…
Fallopian Tubes
Tubes that carry eggs from the ovaries to the uters
Pathophysiology- Male/Female Reproductive
ED
Priapism
sickle cell and neoplasms
hydrocele
What is a marker for cardiovascular disease (warning sign of…
Abnormal, painful and prolonged erection of the penis (>4 HOU…
Most common cause of priapism between 5-10?
A collection of peritoneal fluid between the parietal and vis…
ED
What is a marker for cardiovascular disease (warning sign of…
Priapism
Abnormal, painful and prolonged erection of the penis (>4 HOU…
Male and Female Reproductive System
Ovaries
Ova/ Egg
Estrogen
Progesterone
sex glands that store the eggs to produce sex hormones
female sex cells
sex hormone that develops and regulates the reproductive system
involved with the menstrual cycle, and prenancy
Ovaries
sex glands that store the eggs to produce sex hormones
Ova/ Egg
female sex cells
male and female reproductive - pathophysiology
how does hyperinsulinemia effect the h…
______ is a major factor of PCOS (poly…
how does hyperinsulinemia affect PCOS
how does obesity lead to worsening of…
increase GnRH pulse frequency --> leads to high levels of LH
insulin resistance
1. increases GnRH pulse frequency on hypothalamus --> leads t…
1. adipose cells convert androgen to estrogen (produce high s…
how does hyperinsulinemia effect the h…
increase GnRH pulse frequency --> leads to high levels of LH
______ is a major factor of PCOS (poly…
insulin resistance
26 terms
Female Reproduction Pathophysiology
Partial
hCG
Stratum Functionalis
LH & FSH
hydatidiform mole refers to a placenta that has grossly swoll…
Urine test for pregnancy
portion of endometrium which is responsive to female sex horm…
in women stimulate follicle cells to secrete hormones
Partial
hydatidiform mole refers to a placenta that has grossly swoll…
hCG
Urine test for pregnancy
20 terms
Female reproductive system model
Ovary
Fallopian tube
infundibulum
fimbriae
What structure?
What structure?
What structure?
What are the thin projections on the infundibulum called?
Ovary
What structure?
Fallopian tube
What structure?
Human Reproductive System-Female
Ovaries
Ovarian Follicles
Vesticular follicle
Uterine (Fallopian) Tubes
A and B
22
A
Ovaries
Ovarian Follicles
A and B
The Female Reproductive System
ovary
Fallopian tube
uterus
cervix
One of two organs either side of the uterus. They produce and…
One of two tubes connecting an ovary to the uterus. They carr…
The womb; the organ in which the baby develops if an egg is f…
A muscle that separates the uterus and the vagina.
ovary
One of two organs either side of the uterus. They produce and…
Fallopian tube
One of two tubes connecting an ovary to the uterus. They carr…
31 terms
Female Reproductive System models
perineum
vulva
mons pubis
labia majora
diamond shaped area
genetalia external to the vagina, includes mons pubis, labia,…
deposit of adipose on pubic symphysis
(#7)... paired, lateral folds of skin that surrounds orifice of…
perineum
diamond shaped area
vulva
genetalia external to the vagina, includes mons pubis, labia,…
57 terms
Female Reproductive System
cervic/o
colp/o... vagin/o
episi/o... vulv/o
gyn/o... gynec/o
cervix
vagina (sheath)
vulva (covering)
woman
cervic/o
cervix
colp/o... vagin/o
vagina (sheath)
19 terms
Pathophysiology IV - Disorders of the Female Reproductive System - VI - Infertility
1
Primary Infertility
Secondary Infertility
Sterility
Infertility is defined as the Inability to conceive a child a…
In this disorder there has been no prior conception
In this disorder there has been one or more previous pregnanc…
Inability to father or become pregnant
1
Infertility is defined as the Inability to conceive a child a…
Primary Infertility
In this disorder there has been no prior conception
51 terms
Female Reproductive System
Clitoris Crus
Clitoris Body
Bulb of Vestibule
Greater Vestibular Gland
3
2
7
11
Clitoris Crus
3
Clitoris Body
2
The Reproductive System: Female
what is an additional function of the…
Parts of the female reproductive system:
___ and ___ are important for regulati…
___ is important for increasing muscle…
to nourish, support and give birth to a human fetus
1. gonads:... - ovaries: produce estrogen, progesterone and tes…
estrogen; progesterone
testosterone
what is an additional function of the…
to nourish, support and give birth to a human fetus
Parts of the female reproductive system:
1. gonads:... - ovaries: produce estrogen, progesterone and tes…
Female Reproductive System
Clitoris Body
Mammary Gland
Areola
Nipple
2
3
6
7
Clitoris Body
2
Mammary Gland
3
19 terms
Pathophysiology: Female Genital System
dysmenorrhea
amenorrhea
oligomenorrhea
polymenorrhea
painful menstruation
absence of menstruation
excess of 6 weeks between periods
less than 3 weeks between periods
dysmenorrhea
painful menstruation
amenorrhea
absence of menstruation
32 terms
Pathophysiology IV - Disorders of the Female Reproductive System - V - The Breast
Mastitis
Mastitis
Abscess
young women >25 y.o
Inflammation of the breast
Risk factors for this disorder include: lactating women, trau…
Manifestations of mastitis are cardinal signs of inflammation…
Fibroadenoma occurs in this age group population
Mastitis
Inflammation of the breast
Mastitis
Risk factors for this disorder include: lactating women, trau…
14 terms
Female & Male Reproductive System
ductus deferens
penis
seminal vesicle
prostate gland
Structure: tiny tube about 1/4 in in diameter in about 1 foot…
Structure: Consists of 3-parts root, body, glans... Function: A…
Structure: small tube-like glands... Function: store seminal fl…
Structure: walnut-sized gland (grows throughout man's life)…
ductus deferens
Structure: tiny tube about 1/4 in in diameter in about 1 foot…
penis
Structure: Consists of 3-parts root, body, glans... Function: A…
Pathophysiology IV - A & P of the Female Reproductive System - Menstrual Cycle
28 days
Menstrual cycle
Endometrial lining
placenta
What is the median length of a menstrual cycle?
Includes the maturation of the endometrial lining, ovulation…
Periodic vaginal bleeding results from the shedding of this
This takes over progesterone production from the corpus luteum
28 days
What is the median length of a menstrual cycle?
Menstrual cycle
Includes the maturation of the endometrial lining, ovulation…
22 terms
Female Reproductive Pathophysiology: Final Exam
cervical cancer
cervical cancer prevention
endometriosis etiology
endometriosis
largely asymptomatic, possible pain with urination and interc…
HPV vaccine, PAP smear
cause not known for certain, could possibly be due to migrati…
presence of endometrial tissue outside uterus on structures s…
cervical cancer
largely asymptomatic, possible pain with urination and interc…
cervical cancer prevention
HPV vaccine, PAP smear
8 terms
Female Reproductive System Diagram
vagina
urethra
bladder
uterus
What is 1?
What is 2?
What is 4?
What is 5?
vagina
What is 1?
urethra
What is 2?
32 terms
Pathophysiology IV - Disorders of the Female Reproductive System - III - The Fallopian Tubes and Ovaries
PID
PID
Cervical Os
1. Fever;... 2. Lower abdominal pain whic…
Risk factors include:... 1. Age: 16-24 unmarried with multiple s…
Inflammation of the upper reproductive tract describes this c…
PID Mechanism: Ascending infection through this structure
Name some manifestations of PID
PID
Risk factors include:... 1. Age: 16-24 unmarried with multiple s…
PID
Inflammation of the upper reproductive tract describes this c…
36 terms
2016 Spring - Pathophysiology: male/female reproductive system 02/22/16
benign ovarian cyst... a) bilateral or un…
benign ovarian cyst... a) a type is folli…
endometrial polyp... a) benign or maligna…
leiomyomas... a) benign or malignant... b) w…
a) unilateral... b) follicles are stimulated but no dominant rea…
a) dominant follicle fails to rupture... b) formed by granulosa…
a) benign... b) excessive menstrual bleeding
a) benign... b) myometrium... c) nulliparity, obesity, polycystic o…
benign ovarian cyst... a) bilateral or un…
a) unilateral... b) follicles are stimulated but no dominant rea…
benign ovarian cyst... a) a type is folli…
a) dominant follicle fails to rupture... b) formed by granulosa…
13 terms
The Female Reproductive System
ovary
Fallopian tube
uterus
cervix
One of two organs either side of the uterus. They produce and…
One of two tubes connecting an ovary to the uterus. They carr…
The womb, organ in which the baby develops if an egg is ferti…
The opening ofnthe uterus to the vaginal tube.
ovary
One of two organs either side of the uterus. They produce and…
Fallopian tube
One of two tubes connecting an ovary to the uterus. They carr…
42 terms
Pathophysiology IV - Anatomy and Physiology of the Female Reproductive System - External and Internal Genitalia
Mons Pubis
labia majora
Labia majora
Labia minora
Rounded, skin-covered fat pad located anterior to symphysis p…
Analogous to scrotum in male
Fold of skin and fat starting at the base of the mons pubis a…
Fold of skin, fat and erectile tissue
Mons Pubis
Rounded, skin-covered fat pad located anterior to symphysis p…
labia majora
Analogous to scrotum in male
23 terms
Female Reproductive System Lab
ovary
fallopian tubes (uterine tube)
fimbriae
infundibulum
Identify the organ.
Identify the passageway.
Identify the projections.
ovary
Identify the organ.
fallopian tubes (uterine tube)
Identify the passageway.
24 terms
the female reproductive system lab
ovaries
ovarian ligament
fimbriae
uterine tubes
ovaries
ovarian ligament
Male and Female Reproductive System
Male reproductive system
Scrotum
urethra(structure)
urethra(function)
consists of the testes, ducts, accessory glands and penis
a pouch of skin inside that hangs outside the body.
tube leading from bladder/prostate to outside held within penis
transport of sperm and urine to outside
Male reproductive system
consists of the testes, ducts, accessory glands and penis
Scrotum
a pouch of skin inside that hangs outside the body.
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