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method used to administer estrogen and progesterone through the skin
birth control patch
device implanted into the uterus that prevents fertilization and implantation
IUD
rubber cap fitted over the cervix
diaphragm
birth control method that is also highly effective against sexually transmitted infections
male condom
method used to administer birth control hormones internally
birth control ring
surgical method of birth control in females
tubal ligation
depression nervousness and irritability preceeding menses
Premenstrual Syndrome
surgical removal of breast
mastectomy
an alternate name for myoma
fibroid
surgical removal of uterus
hysterectomy
painful or difficult menstruation
dymensorrhea
inflammatory infection of a uterine tube
salpingitis
a deficiency in the number of sperm cells in the semen
oligospermia
a sexually transmitted disease that can cause blockages in the male and female ductal systems
gonorrhea
term describing a complete lack of menstrual flow is usually associated with infertility
amenorrhea
deficiency in this hormone can cause male infertility
testosteron
a deficiency in this hormone can cause female infertility
estrogen
a condition in which the tissue normally lining the uterus grows in other sites, such as the external surface of the ovary resulting in inflammation and sometimes infertility
endometriosis
acr/o
extreme end
hyster/o
uterus
ov/o, ov/i
egg
metr/o
uterus
test/o
testis
mast/o
breast
oligo/o
few, deficency
orchid/o
orchi/o
testis
mamm/o
breast
salping/o
tube
what hormone is secreted by the corpus luteum in large amounts
progesterone
which of the following is NOT part of the uterus


  • fimbriae

  • cervix

  • endometrium

  • corpus 

fimbriae
in the walls of which structure do spermatozoa develop
seminiferous tubules
what organs develops more malignancies than any other male organ
prostate
what structures forms the glans penis
corpus spongiosum
what is the infectious agents cause genital warts
papillomavirus
what structure houses the developing ovum
ovarian follicle
what condition can be diagnosed by pap smear
cervical cancer
which of these glands are in the female 


  • greater vestibular glands

  • bulbourethral glands

  • cowper glands

  • prostate gland 

greater vestibular glands
which of these substances is normally absent from semen


  • seminal fluid

  • sugar

  • high concentration of hydrogen ions

  • sperm 

a high concentration of hydrogen ions
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