Female Genital Tract

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ICD-10 Chapter XIV: Diseases Of The Genitourinary System - N40–N99 – Diseases of The Genitourinary System: Pelvis, Genitals and Breasts - (N80–N98) Noninflammatory Disorders of Female Genital Tract
... N80) Endometriosis (N80) Endometriosis of uterus Adenomyosis (N81) Female genital prolapse (N81.0) Female urethrocele (N81.1) Cystocele (N81.6) Rectocele (N82) Fistulae involving female genital tract (N82.0 ...
OPCS-4 - Chapter List
... Chapter C - Eye Chapter D - Ear Chapter E - Respiratory Tract Chapter F - Mouth Chapter G - Upper Digestive System Chapter H - Lower Digestive System Chapter J - Other Abdominal Organs ...
Genital Bisection
... Genital bisection in males involves the splitting of the penis (and occasionally the scrotum as well) ... Genital bisection is an extension of a subincision, which is an extension of a meatotomy ...
Fistula - Locations - N: Diseases of The Urogenital System
... body (N64.0) Fistula of nipple (N82) Fistulae involving female genital tract / Obstetric fistula (N82.0) Vesicovaginal fistula between the bladder and the vagina (N82.1) Other female urinary-genital ...
Genital Cord
... A genital cord is a structure appearing in the development of the urinary and reproductive organs ... However, there still are two kinds of genital cords The common genital cord is the most caudal portions of the Müllerian duct and Wolffian duct, where they go side by side ... The genital cords of the germinal epithelium are ingrows from the germinal epithelium ...

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