psych 352 Mid-term study guide 2007

psych 352 Mid-term study guide 2007 - After studying...

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After studying Chapter 4, students will be able to… 1. List the reasons for doing a genital self-exam. 2. Describe genital mutilation, the reasons for doing it, the health consequences that may result, and the current controversy that surrounds it. 3. Define the term “vulva.” 4. Identify and briefly describe the following structures of the vulva: mons veneris, labia majora, labia minora, clitoris, vestibule, urethral opening, introitus and hymen, perineum. 5. Identify the location, structure, and function of the following: vestibular bulbs, Bartholin’s glands, vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries. 6. Explain when and for what purpose Kegel exercises were developed. 7. Describe the steps involved in practicing Kegel exercises, and explain the benefits of doing these exercises. 8. Discuss the source and function of vaginal lubrication during sexual arousal. 9. List several factors that may inhibit vaginal lubrication, and explain how those situations might be remedied. 10. Identify the location and function of the Grafenberg spot. 11. Describe what function vaginal secretions serve. 12. Describe the chemical balance of the vagina, and discuss ways in which this balance may be altered. 13. Discuss the following in relation to a Pap smear: what purpose it serves, how it is done, how often it should be done, what steps may be taken if the results of a Pap smear are not normal, certain subgroups of women who are less likely to have routine Pap smears. 14. Describe which women may be at higher risk of cervical cancer, how common it is, and discuss available treatment options for women who receive this diagnosis. 15. Define the following terms: hysterectomy, menopause. After studying Chapter 5, students will be able to… 1 Describe the structure and function of the following parts of the male sexual anatomy: the penis, the scrotum, the testes, the vas deferens, the seminal vesicles, the prostate gland, the Cowper’s glands, semen. 2
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