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First Aid: Reproductive

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1. What are common causes of hyperestrogenism






2. What does FSH do






3. What effect does NO have on smooth muscle in erectile tissues






4. What is the risk for carcinoma among patients with intraductal papilloma






5. What does progesterone do in the endometrium






6. 2 sperm + 1 egg






7. Which androgen is responsible for the closing of the epiphyseal plate






8. 50% of ovarian tumors - malignant and frequently bilateral






9. How does endometrial hyperplasia manifest clinically






10. < 21 day cycle






11. Large cells in epidermis with clear halo






12. What hormones regulate sperm creation?






13. triad of ovarian fibroma - ascites - hydrothorax






14. Connects ovary to lateral uterus






15. What does estrogen stimulate in the endometrium






16. Arrange the androgens in order of most potent to least potent






17. What are the four functions of estrogen






18. What is mortality due to in preeclampsia






19. disagreement between the phenotypic and gonadal sex






20. Is fertility compromised in double Y males?






21. How long does it take for sperm to fully develop






22. Which side is varicocele more common on...






23. Breast path - diseases of the terminal duct






24. 2 sperm + empty egg






25. How does exogenous testosterone create azoospermia






26. What can happen with no sertoli cell or lack of anti mullerian hormone






27. What does progesterone do to gonadotropins






28. What is DHT responsible for in late development






29. What is the right venous drainage of the ovary/testis






30. histo: simple columnar epithelium






31. Which androgen is responsible for libido






32. histo: simple columnar epithelium - pseudostratified tubular glands






33. small - mobile - firm breast mass with sharp edges - most common in <25






34. blood from ruptured follicle causing peritoneal irritation that can mimic appendicitis






35. What are the useful tumor parkers in prostatic adenocarcinoma






36. What is the flaggelum derived from






37. List the estrogens in order of decreasing potency






38. What are the most common cause of anovluation






39. Which system and nerve are responsible for emission






40. What structures does testosterone negatively feedback on?






41. What are the 3 androgens






42. Connects uterus - fallopian tubes and ovaries to pelvic side wall - contains ovaries - fallapian tubes - and round ligaments of uterus






43. What is the single most important prognostic factor for malignant breast tumors






44. which cysts results from gonadotropin stimulation and is associated with choriocarcinoma and moles






45. When is follicular growth the fastest?






46. In what group are malignant breast tumors most commonly seen






47. What percentage of testicular tumors are germ cell






48. What does the histo show for prostate cancer






49. dx with decreased testosterone - increased LH






50. gynecological tumors from highest incidence to lowest