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Descriptive statistics

Describes what is or what data shows (summary of sample and measures) teen birth rate

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Inferential statistics

Used to reach conclusions that extend beyond immediate data alone

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Birth rate

Number of live births per 1,000 ppl

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Infant mortality rate

Death before 1st birthday per 1,000 live births

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Very premature

Less than 32 weeks

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Moderately premature

32-34 weeks

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Late premature

34-36 weeks

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Early term

36-38 weeks

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Neonate mortality rate

Death in infants less than 28 days old

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Maternal death

Death of a woman during pregnancy of within 42 days of termination of pregnancy

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Direct obstetric death

Death resulting from complications during pregnancy, labor/birth, and/or postpartum, and from interventions, omission of interventions, or incorrect treatment

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Maternal mortality rate

Death of mom. Rate less with prenatal care. 3.6 per 100,000

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Mons pubis

Fat pad covering on the pubic bone which segments to create labia majora

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Skene's glands

Located on anterior wall of vagina around lower end of urethra

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Hymen

Piece of tissue that lines vaginal opening

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Bartolin's glands

2 pea sized glands located on either side of vaginal orifice

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Fourchette

Area of tissue where the labias fuse (base of inner lips)

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Ovaries

Produce ova and secrete estrogen

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Fallopian tubes

Junctora or uterotubal junction

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Isthmus f tube

Narrowest part of f tube

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Ampulla

Longest and largest part mosey extensive, provides place for fertilization to take place

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Infundibulum (pre ampulla)

Part of f tube that connects with ovary; egg enters this part and transferred by ciliated cells to ampulla for fertilization

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Corpus

Body of the uterus; hollow organ where a fertilized egg becomes embedded

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Isthmus

Elongated narrow part of uterus at junction of body if uterus and cervix

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Anteverted

Uterus is normally tipped forward ( bends toward bladder)

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Anteflexed

Uterus is flexed toward abdomen

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Parietal peritoneum- perimeteium

Uterine wall layer. Consist of outer serosal layer which covers body of uterus, part of cervix

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Myometriym

Layer of uterine wall. Thick middle muscular layer, largely smooth muscle

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Endometrium

Uterine wall layer. Inner mucosal layer

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Superficial endometrium

Contains glands and occupies 2/3 of endometrium

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Basal endometrium

Doesn't change character during menstruation

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Parenchyma

Cells that make up milk ducts

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Stroma

Supporting cells and connective tissue