Classification used in radiology for the interpretation of mammography
Very frequent pathology of the myometrium, usually leading to pain and bleeding.
Surgical action consisting in removing the tube and ovary.
Anatomical entity associating the fallopian tubes and ovaries
Surgery performed in the Operating Room where the patient enters and leaves the facility on the same day.
Absence of menstruation in a woman after puberty and before menopause
Assisted Medical Procreation
Abnormal result of a smear that revealed mild cell abnormalities without HPV being detected.
ASSISTED MEDICAL PROCREATION
Two excretory glands located on either side of the vaginal fork.
Very painful infection of the Bartholin gland.
Chorionic gonadotropic hormone secreted by the placenta in early pregnancy.
Surgical removal of a breast nodule
BREAST TUMOR DETECTION
Radiologic technique used to locate a non-palpable breast tumor before exeresis.
Very frequent sexually transmitted bacterial infection that can cause infertility.
CIN (Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia)
Ancient anatomopathological classification of HPV-related cervical abnormalities.
French committee for the control of nosocomial infections.
Surgical intervention in which the surgeon works in video surgery.
Collapse of the bottom of the vagina in a woman who has already had a hysterectomy.
Diagnostic examination of the cervix using a microscope.
Surgical intervention performed for the treatment of a cervical pathology.
Medical or non-medical methods used by a woman of childbearing age to avoid getting pregnant.
Long-term micro-dose progestogen subcutaneous contraception.
Monthly oestroprogestogenic contraception placed in the vagina.
Surgical intervention to empty the uterine cavity.
Collapse of the anterior wall of the vagina opposite of the swelling bladder.
Organic ovarian cyst whose wall is made up of various mature cells, all of which are of epidermal origin.
Involves inserting a camera into the uterine cavity for diagnostic purposes. May be performed in consultation.
Pain during menstruation.
Pain during sexual intercourse.
Pregnancy ectopy that develops outside the uterine cavity and whose outcome will not be an active pregnancy.
Protrusion of a mucosal tissue called the endometrium requiring medical attention.
Mucosa lining the endo-uterine cavity.
Surgical action consisting in removing the endometrium by hysteroscopy
Organic ovarian cyst with an endometrium-like tissue wall.
A disease in which endometrial-like tissue is found elsewhere than in the uterine cavity.
Presence of bowel bulges during posterior vaginal prolapse.
Definitive contraception by hysteroscopy, now banned in France.
Benign ovarian cyst with spontaneous regression
Abnormal result of a smear that revealed serious cell abnormalities caused by HPV activation.
HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS
Family of viruses, especially those responsible for dysplastic and cancerous lesions of the cervix
A prolapse of the uterus called middle-stage prolapse.
Radiology examination to assess the permeability of the tubes and the uterine cavity for a fertility check-up.
Consists in introducing a camera into the uterine cavity.
Bleeding of a functional cyst during its evolution.
Surgical procedure performed by laparoscopy to remove a cyst from the ovary.
Adherence within the uterine cavity, most commonly corresponding to a scar and which can be a cause of infertility
Long-term contraception, also known as an IUD
Aka Cesarian Section Scar is a reservoir-like pouch defect on the anterior wall of the uterine isthmus located at the site of a previous cesarean delivery scar
IUD (Intrauterine device)
Placement in the uterus of a device with or without hormone as part of long-term contraception
Bloodless vaginal discharge.
Abnormal result of a smear that revealed mild cell abnormalities caused by HPV activation.
Radiology check-up to examine the breasts.
Surgical removal of one or both breasts, partially or completely.
Multidisciplinary Team Meetings (management of cancer, endometriosis, prolapse, etc.).
Cessation of a woman's reproductive ability
Abnormally heavy and prolonged menstrual bleeding
Vaginal bleeding between the expected menstrual periods
Organic Ovarian Cyst
Trade name of the subcutaneous contraceptive implant
Woman who has never had a pregnancy
Woman who has never given birth
Trade name of the vaginal contraceptive ring
Repair surgery of the vulva labia majora
Medical specialty aimed at establishing the genetic and therefore potentially transmissible nature of a cancer
Surgical technique to pierce immature ovarian follicles.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome
Medical device inserted into the vagina to repress a prolapse
POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME (PCOS)
Frequent syndrome diagnosed by both ultrasound and biological examination
Protuberance of organs by the vagina
Surgical intervention in which organs are lifted up to the promontory as a treatment of a prolapse
Rectum hernia forming a bulge in the vagina aka posterior vaginal wall prolapse
Surgical action consisting in the removal of a fallopian tube also called salpinx
Infection of the fallopian tubes predominantly bilateral
Oncology procedure allowing only the first lymph nodes to be removed in such a way as to achieve a targeted and less-invasive procedure.
Most frequent organic ovarian cyst
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE
An infectious disease that can be contracted during sexual intercourse (even without penetration).
Painless cervical cancer screening examination.
Sexually transmitted disease
Sexually transmitted infection.
STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
Unintentional urine loss during effort or coughing.
Surgical procedure consisting in removing the body from the uterus and leaving the cervix in place.
Prosthetic device placed under the urethra in the management of stress urinary incontinence.
Surgical intervention to drain the contents of the uterine cavity.
Stress Urinary Incontinence.
Consists in inserting a camera into the uterus and performing a surgical procedure.
SUS (Sub Urethral Sling)
Surgical technique to treat stress urinary incontinence.
TORSION OF THE ADNEXIA
Surgical emergency. Rotation of the ovary around its pedicle causing its vascularization to stop
Trans Obturator Tape sling. Surgical technique in the management of urinary incontinence (SUS)
Surgical action consisting in removing the body and cervix from the uterus.
Surgical action resulting in the loss of tubal permeability
Surgical gesture allowing permanent contraception
Tension free Vaginal Tape. Surgical technique in the management of urinary incontinence (SUS)
UDS (Urodynamic Studies)
In-office examination to analyze bladder function.
Unintentional urine leakage.
Benign tumor of the uterus developed within the myometrium containing fibrous tissue.
Most frequent vaginal infection most likely with Candida Albicans