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Ch. 9 Obstetrics and Neonatology

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anamariefalke's version from 2016-03-30 02:57

Section 1

Question Answer
amni/o, amnion/oamnion(inner layer of fetal membrane), amniotic fluid
chori/ochorion ( outer layer of fetal membrane)
embry/oembryo
fet/o, fet/ifetus, unborn child
gravid/opregnancy
lact/omilk
nat/obirth
omphal/oumbilicus, navel
par/o, part/ogive birth to, labor, childbirth
puerper/ochildbirth
cephal/ohead
esophag/oesophagus
pelv/o, pelv/ipelvic bone, pelvis
prim/ifirst
pseud/ofalse
pylor/opylorus
terat/omalformations
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Section 2

Question Answer
ante-, pre-before
micro-small
multi-many
nilli-none
post-after
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Section 3

Question Answer
-amniosamnion, amniotic fluid
-cyesispregnancy
-eno meaning
-isno meaning
-rrhexisrupture
-tociabirth, labor
-umno meaning
-usno meaning
-rrheaflow, discharge
-rrhagiarapid flow of blood
-rrhaphyrepairing
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Section 4

Question Answer
abortiontermination of a pregnancy before viability
abruptio placentaedisconnection of the placenta from the uterine wall (bleeding)
eclampsiaseizures that occur during a woman's pregnancy or shortly after giving birth
eptopic pregnancypregnancy outside the uterus
placenta previaplacenta is placed so that it partically or completly blocks the cervical opening
preeclampsiacondition characterized by high blood pressure,edema, proteinuria with no convulsions
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cleft lip or palate: split of lip or roof of mouth (fissure)
down syndrome: condition in which extra genetic material causes delays in the way a child develops
erythroblastosis fetalis: when the mother's blood is Rh negative and the infant's blood is Rh positive in the womb
esophageal atresia: absence of part of the esophagus
fetal alcohol syndrome: physical and mental damage to the baby in the womb from alcohol consumption
gastroschisis: when the newborns intestines stick outside of the body through a hole other than the umbilicus
respiratory distress syndrome: breathing disorder in newborns from immature lungs
spina bifida: birth defect in which the spinal cord does not develop properly
para: birth ( a women that has given birth)
breech presentation: when the baby's feet emerge first at birth
cephalic presentation: when the head emerge first at birth
cesarean section (c-section): birth of a child by the incision of the mothers stomach
colostrum: milky fluid before lactation begins
congenital anomaly: medical condition present at or before birth
in vitro fertilization: placing the zygote into the uterus
lactation: secretion of milk
lochia: vaginal secretion after birth
meconium: first feces of newborn
midwife: person who assist a women in childbirth
midwifery: assisting in childbirth
obstetrician: person who specializes in obstetrics
obstetrics: dealing with pregnancy, childbirth and after birth
parturition: giving birth
premature infant: infant born before 37 weeks
puerperium: period from delivery until organs return to normal
quickening: first feeling of the fetus moving
stillborn: born dead