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the perineal part drains into ____ lymph nodes

superficial inguinal

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whether a structure is pelvic or perineal depends on it's position in relation to the:

levator ani

2

the pelvic part drains into ____ lymph nodes

internal iliac

3

suprapubic cystotomy

when the bladder fills up, it rises above the pubic bone and you can draw fluid out

4

cystocele

herniation of the bladder into vaginal wall

weakened vesico-vaginal septum

5

the pouch of Douglas is between the:

rectum and superior part of the vagina, called recto-uterine

6

utero-vasicular pouch

in between the bladder and uterus

7

Rectocele

- due to a tear in recto-vaginal septum (rectum into vag)

- rectum bulges through tear and into vagina

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most of the uterus gets it's blood supply from the ___ artery

uterine

9

the superior part of the uterus gets it's blood supply from the ___ artery

ovarian

10

the fundus of the uterus lymph drains into the ____ nodes

para-aortic

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most of the uterus lymph drains into ___ nodes

iliac

12

some of the uterus lymph also drains to the ____ nodes via the _____

superficial inguinal nodes, round ligament of the uterus

13

what ligaments support the uterus and prevent prolapse?

cardinal (Mackenrodt's), uterosacral, pubocervical

14

the most common source of pain during pregnancy comes from the ____

round ligament of the uterus

15

most common gynecologic malignancies in order:

endometrial cancer ovarian cancer cervical cancer

16

salpingitis

blockage of the uterine tubes resulting in infertility

17

pain in the ovaries is sometimes misdiagnosed as ___

appendicitis

18

a common cause of death from prostate cancer is:

renal failure