Flashcards in Female Genitalia Deck (64)
What forms the prepuce and clitoris?
What is the vaginal orifice?
What is the area b/w the introitus and anus?
Where are the bartholin glands located?
5 & 7 o'clock
What is a musculomembranous tube that terminates in the cervix?
The distal portion of what creates the upper vaginal fornices?
The point where squamous & columnar epithelium meet
What is the area around the os known as?
What makes up the adnexa?
Fallopian tubes & ovaries (almond shaped)
The use of this steroid in the mother of a women can lead to a higher risk of clear cell cancer of the vagina
DES exposure (helped maintain the pregnancy)
What typs of HPV does the vaccine protect against?
When can you start the HPV vaccine?
9 and up
WHat is NAATs
A urine test for screening for chlamydia and gonorrhea
What is PMB?
what is primary amenorrhea?
Never had a period
What are some symptoms of a rectocele?
Manual maneuvers needed to have a bowel movement
with repeated candida what two conditions should you rule out?
what cells do you look for with bacterial vaginosis?
What does a friable cervix mean?
Bleeds when you touch it (sign of inflammation)
What is a small, firm, round cystic nodule in the labia. Yellowish in color. There is a dar punctum marking the blocked opening of the gland.
Warty lesion on the labia and within the vestibule. Results from infection with HPV.
Veneral Wart (Condyloma Acuminatum)
A firm, painless ulcer suggests this. Often go undetected.
Slightly raised, round, or oval, flat-topped papules convered by a gray exudate suggest this.
Secondary syphilis (condyloma latum)
Shallow ulcers on a red base. Can be extensive and usually confined to a small patch.
An ulcerated or raised red vulvar lesion in an elderly women may suggest this.
Carcinoma of the vulva
With this condition the discharge is yellowish green or gray, possibly frothy and often profuse. Patients will also have pruritus, pain on urination. There will be petechiae on the posterior fornix.
In this condition women will have white and curdy discharge that is typically thick. Not malodorous and there is pruritus. Vulva and surrounding skin are often inflamed.
For trichomonal vaginitis what laboratory evaluation should you do?
Scan saline wet mount for trichomonads (will have flagella)
For candidal vaginitis what laboratory evaluation should you do?
Scan potassium hydroxide (KOH) preparation for branching hyphae of candida