Cervix

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  • Case Study Of Incompetent Cervix

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    incompetence. General An incompetent cervix is a condition that occurs when weak cervical tissue contributes to premature birth or miscarriage. The cervix is the lowest part of the uterus, which is normally closed. As pregnancy progresses and women prepare to give birth, the cervix gradually softens, decreases in length and opens. In the case of incompetence cervix, cervix might open too early, then causes miscarriage or premature birth. Sign and symptoms of incompetence cervix normally occur in between 14

  • Cancer of Cervix

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    Gynaec Oncology Cancer of Cervix If your loved one or you is diagnosed with or may think that you have cervical cancer, the cancer of cervix team at Radium Cancer Hospital is here to treat you. We hold internationally recognized physicians who are dedicated to offer compassionate care, treatment, support and personalized diagnosis for patients suffering with cervical cancer or any member in your family. Radium Cancer Hospital offers exceptional care by  Leading gynaec oncology specialists serve

  • Prenatal Care and Preterm Births Essay

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    Prenatal Care and Preterm Births In the last 20 years the hopes of survival for neonates have seen significant increase, almost all of the causes of perinatal mortality and morbidity have decreased. There is only one threat unmoved, still standing above the rest- Preterm birth. Prematurity or preterm birth is defined as the birth of any child between 20-37 weeks of gestation. Delivery prior to 20 weeks of gestation is considered a Natural abortion.1 The survival rate of low birth weight

  • Bethesda Classification Of Pap Smear Testing And Evaluation

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    Classification of Pap smear testing and evaluation The Bethesda classification is relied upon in the reports that need to be made on the diagnosis related to vaginal or cervical cytology. Pap smear screening is used in the detection of processes in the cervix that are potentially cancerous and pre-cancerous. In the event of abnormal findings during the process, there could be further tests ran to get more clarity before the final decision is made on the conditions that is suffered (Rásky, Regitnig, Schenouda

  • Preventing Sperm From Entering The Uterus

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    II. Barrier methods: These methods are designed to prevent sperm from entering the uterus. Barrier methods are removable and may be an option for female who cannot utilize hormonal methods of contraception. Types of barrier methods include: 1- Male condom: The condom consists of a thin sheath placed over the glans and the shaft of the penis that is applied before any vaginal insertion. It is one of the most popular mechanical barriers. Among all of the barrier methods, the condom offers the most

  • The Natural Family Planning ( Safe Period )

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    3- Natural family planning ( safe period): Natural family planning is one of the most widely utilized means of birth control, espicially for those whom their religion or their cultural beliefs do not authorize devices or drugs for birth control. This method includes periodic abstinence, to avoid intercourse during a female 's fertile period, which is around the time of ovulation. Determination of the fertile period involve the calendar method, cervical mucus method, or the symptothermal method technique

  • In This Paper I’M Gonna Be Talking About The 12 Stages

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    In this paper I’m gonna be talking about the 12 stages of life development considering the main points of each stage and the milestones. The stages I will be talking about is Pre-birth which is the stage of potential, Birth is the stage of Hope, Infancy (Ages 0-3) Vitality, Early Childhood (Ages 3-6) Playfulness, Middle Childhood (Ages 6-8) Imagination, Late Childhood (Ages 9-11) Ingenuity, Adolescence (Ages 12-20) Passion, Early Adulthood (Ages 20-35) Enterprise, Midlife (Ages 35-50) Contemplation

  • Labor and Childbirth - The Event of a Lifetime Essay

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    to put on paper. Only those that are "blessed" with the opportunity of experiencing this most "joyous" occasion can really shed the correct light on it. The contractions would literally pull the child down on the unopened cervix that would not easily be opened. When the cervix is finally forced to its maximum, the urge to push becomes extreme. As the child reaches the end of the birth canal, you feel the stretching and tearing of the vagina. A creature the size of a watermelon is being forced through

  • The Birth Of Preterm Birth

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    VAGINAL PROGESTERONE IN WOMEN WITH AN ASYMPTOMATIC SONOGRAPHIC SHORT CERVIX IN THE MIDTRIMESTER DECREASES PRETERM DELIVERY AND NEONATAL MORBIDITY SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR NURS 5605- FAMILY HEALTH NURSING II TEXAS WOMAN’S UNIVERSITY SHEENA THOMAS, BSN, RN TWU COLLEGE OF NURSING HOUSTON, TX JULY 22, 2015 In

  • Cervical Cancer Essay

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    Monk, 2005). Morphology and histology of cervix: The uterus is a mainly female hormone-responsive reproductive sex organ of the a huge part of the warm blooded animal including human. The cervix (or neck of the uterus) is the lower, thin piece of the uterus where it joins with the upper end of the vagina. It is round and hollow or pointed pattern and extends through the upper first vaginal barrier. In Latin, Cervix indicates neck. The piece of the cervix expecting into the vagina is indicated as

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