UH BIOL 1344 - female reproductive system (2 pages)

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Lecture notes for the female reproductive system


Lecture number:
26
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Houston
Course:
Biol 1344 - Hum Anat Physiol
Edition:
1

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BIOL 1344 Lecture 26 Outline of Last Lecture I Conditions of the Testes II Other Reproductive Male Organs III Sperm Formation Outline of Current Lecture IV Anatomy of the Female Reproductive System A Internal and External Genitalia B Ovaries C Uterus D Cervix E Vagina V Ovarian Cycle Current Lecture Female Reproductive System has cyclic changes and menopause There are two main types of cycles The estrous cycle is displayed in non primates there is no discharge from the uterus and the female is only receptive to the male during breeding season The menstrual cycle is in humans and apes there is discharge from the uterus due to sloughing of the uterine tissues and it is on a 28 day cycle Internal Genitalia in the pelvic cavity there is the pair of ovaries paired fallopian tubes oviducts uterus and vaginal tube External Genitalia mons pubis and the vulva which encompasses clitoris labia majora and minora vestibule and vagina Ovaries roughly almond size and shape attached to the mesovarium which is a double fold of peritoneum Peritoneal layer suspends and anchors the ovaries Suspendory ligament attaches ovaries to the lateral body wall Ovarian ligament attaches to the broad ligament of uterus Ovarian cysts are fluid filled and viable ovum are not produced Uterus pear sized and shaped in a non pregnant woman The broad ligament is the major one Round ligament connects the uterus to the labia Utero sacral ligament attaches the inferior These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute uterus to sacrum The uterus should be ante verted With age it can become retroverted Prolapse of uterus can also occur with weakened ligaments this is when the uterus projects into the vagina it is a painful condition 2 3rds of the vagina develops from genitalia in the embryonic stage The other third is the outer portion formed by invagination In some cases the vagina can be a blind pouch



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