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Anteflexed vs. anteverted: what bodypart each describes
"Anteflexed and Anteverted both bend toward Anterior".
· The "V" words go together: Verted is for the cerVix (therefore flexed must be uterus).
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---Robert O'Connor University College Dublin
 
Scrotum: scrotum swelling differential
THE THEATRES:
Torsion
Hernia
Epididymytis, orchitis
Trauma
Hydrocoele, varicocele, hematoma
Edema
Appendix testes (torsion, hemorrhage)
Tumour
Recurrent leukemia
Epididymal cyst
Syphilis, TB
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---Noam Kurtis Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv
 
Spermatic cord contents
"3 arteries, 3 nerves, 3 other things":
3 arteries: testicular, ductus deferens, cremasteric.
3 nerves: genital branch of the genitofemoral, cremasteric, autonomics.
3 other things: ductus deferens, pampiniform plexus, lymphatics.
· Note some argument about this: Moore doesn't put in cremasteric nerve, Lumley puts in inguinal...
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---Anonymous Contributor
 
Sperm pathway through male reproductive tract
SEVEN UP:
Seminiferous tubules
Epididymis
Vas deferens
Ejaculatory duct
Nothing
Urethra
Penis
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---Ken Evans Saskatchewan Health, Acute and Emergency Services
 
Oral contraceptive complications: warning signs
ACHES:
Abdominal pain
Chest pain
Headache (severe)
Eye (blurred vision)
Sharp leg pain
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---Carrie Davis, RNC, MSN, WHNP Obici Health System
 
Abdominal pain: causes during pregnancy
LARA CROFT:
Labour
Abruption of placenta
Rupture (eg. ectopic/ uterus)
Abortion
Cholestasis
Rectus sheath haematoma
Ovarian tumour
Fibroids
Torsion of uterus
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---Graeme Little University College London
 
Placenta-crossing substances
"WANT My Hot Dog":
Wastes
Antibodies
Nutrients
Teratogens
Microorganisms
Hormones/ HIV
Drugs
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---Anonymous Contributor
 
Post-partum haemorrhage (PPH): causes
4 'T's:
Tissue (retained placenta)
Tone (uterine atony)
Trauma (traumatic delivery, episiotomy)
Thrombin (coagulation disorders, DIC)
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---Nicholas Kelly
 
Ovarian cancer: risk factors
"Blue FILM":
Breast cancer
Family history
Infertility
Low parity
Mumps
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---Sung H. Kim
 
Scrotum layers
"Some Damn Englishman Called It The Testis":
· From superficial to deep:
Skin
Dartos
External spermatic fascia
Cremaster
Internal spermatic fascia
Tunica vaginalis
Testis
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---Anonymous Contributor
 
 
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