ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Lymphatics O Changes with Aging
(J THE HEALTH HISTORY
HEALTH PROMOTION AND COUNSELING C The Pap Smear
O Options for Family Planning
^ STDs and HIV
Implications of Menopause 3 TECHNIQUES OF EXAMINATION
Positioning the Patient External Examination
Assess the Sexual Maturity of the Adolescent Patient Inspect External Genitalia Internal Examination
Obtain Specimens for Cervical Cytology (Papanicolaou Smears) Inspect the Vagina Perform a Bimanual Examination Assess the Strength of the Pelvic Muscles Do a Rectovaginal Examination Hernias
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