The reproductive unit is fairly sizable, but then it includes both male and female reproductive disorders. Obviously, study the parts that apply to the section we are on at the time. As is probably evident by this time, we have tried to include representative examples of common disease processes, as well as a representative from each of the major disease categories. I suspect by now you can recite these categories in your sleep, and perhaps you do. I am talking about the really big groups of disease such as infectious, neoplastic, traumatic, autoimmune injury, nutritional etc. In the case of pathology of the reproductive system, we will focus on infectious and neoplastic processes. Keep in mind that in some situations the two are very much connected. (I am referring to HPV virus and epithelial malignancies of the reproductive system.)
With regard to the male
reproductive system, be sure you understand prostatic hyperplasia and cancer,
prostatitis, testicular tumors and the difference between orchitis and epididymitis.
Female reproductive disorders are a bit more involved. You will need to know
about cervical cancer and dysplasia, ovarian tumors (benign and malignant),
uterine tumors - both endometrial and myometrial - as well as a peculiar condition
known as endometriosis. These conditions represent the basics, and if you
master them you should be able to apply your knowledge to other related processes.
|Slide 22, uterus with adenomyosis||Slide 34, uterus with leiomyoma.||Slide 37, ovary with Stein-Leventhal Syndrome.||Slide 61, cervical dysplasia.||Slide 61, cervical dysplasia, high power||Slide 85, hyperplasia of prostate.|
|Slide 85, hyperplasia of prostate, a higher power view.||Slide 86, fallopian tube with acute salpingitis.||Slide 86, fallopian tube with acute salpingitis, a higher power view.||Slide 94, uterine contents with chorionic villi.||Slide 104, colon with endometriosis.||Slide 136, fallopian tube with endometriosis.|
|Slide 146, testicular lymphoma.||Slide 153, cervix with squamous cell carcinoma.||Slide 153, cervix with squamous cell carcinoma, high power.||Slide 155, hydatidiform mole.||Slide 155, hydatidiform mole||Slide 159, cystic teratoma of ovary|
|Slide 162, testis with seminoma.||Slide 163, ovarian teratoma.||Slide 176, lymph node with metastatic seminoma.||Slide 177, testicular seminoma||Slide 178, testis with embryonal carcinoma.||Slide 178, testis with embryonal carcinoma.|
|Slide 178, testis with embryonal carcinoma.||Slide 181, umbilical cord and amniotic membranes with acute amnionitis||Slide 192, ovary with papillary adenocarcinoma||Slide 192, ovary with papillary adenocarcinoma||Slide 198, ruptured tubal pregnancy||Slide 200, adenocarcinoima of prostate|
|Slide 204, placenta with erythroblastosis fetalis||Slide 223, Cervical PAP smear with dysplasia||Normal Uterus Virtual Scope||Normal Placenta Virtual Scope||Normal testis||Normal ovary|
|Male reproductive quiz please||Female reproductive quiz please.|