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Quiz Eight

  1. Hematosalpinx is a term describing
    • inflammation of the uterus
    • blood in a uterine tube
    • a tear in the wall of the vagina
    • blood in the uterus
    • blood in the abdomen
  2. Surgical reconstruction of the vagina would be termed
    • oophoropexy
    • balanoplasty
    • colpoplasty
    • orchidopexy
    • colposcopy
  3. Dyspareunia is the term for painful, difficult or abnormal
    • intercourse
    • menstruation
    • childbirth (delivery)
    • labor
    • lactation (milk production)
  4. A hysterosalpingo-oophorectomy is the term for surgical removal of the
    • uterus
    • uterus and uterine tubes
    • uterus, uterine tubes and ovaries
    • uterus, uterine tubes and vagina
    • ovaries
  5. A woman who has two children, but had four pregnancies would be noted on her chart as
    • gravida 2, para 4
    • gravida 4, para 2
    • gravida 4, para 4
    • gravida 4, para 0
  6. Mammoplasty refers to
    • removal of a breast
    • an X-ray of a breast
    • an abnormally large breast
    • inflammation of a breast
    • surgical reconstruction of a breast
  7. Oligomenorrhea refers to
    • painful menstruation
    • cessation of regular menstrual periods
    • a ‘missed’ period
    • scanty, less than normal menstrual flow
    • abnormally heavy menstrual flow
  8. Difficult, complicated, labor and delivery is termed
    • dyspnea
    • dyspareunia
    • dyspepsia
    • dysuria
    • dystocia
  9. A patient requires surgery to restore and reattach the uterus back in its normal anatomical position because of uterine prolapse into the vagina. This procedure is termed
    • colpopexy
    • colpoplasty
    • hysteropexy
    • hysterocleisis
    • hysterocolpectomy
  10. CHALLENGE QUESTION! The following question requires you to draw upon word elements in the current module and word elements from previous modules to identify a term never presented.A herniation or prolapse of the urinary bladder into the vagina would be termed
    • colpitis
    • colpismus
    • colpocystitis
    • colpocystoplasty
    • colpocystocele

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