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Abbreviations   | Definitions

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

ACA
anti-cardiolipin antibodies

the presence of elevated concentrations of anticardiolipin antibodies is widely accepted as a cause for recurrent pregnancy loss

AID
artificial insemination with donor sperm

AIH
artificial insemination with husband’s sperm

B/W
bloodwork

BBT
basal body temperature

BTB
breakthrough bleeding

CC
chief complaint (the patient’s presenting symptoms)

C/S
cesarean section

CCCT
clomiphene citrate (clomid) challenge test

D+C
dilitation and curettage

DES
diethylstilbesterol

an orally active nonsteroidal synthetic estrogen that is currently contraindicated for use during pregnancy

DUB
dysfunctional uterine bleeding

Dx
diagnosis

E2
estradiol

EMB
endometrial biopsy

ET
embryo transfer

FHT
fetal heart tone (presence of fetal heart beat)

G
gravida

gravida followed by a roman numeral (1, 2, 3, etc) or preceded by a latin prefix (primi-, secundi-, terti-, etc) refers to the number of times a woman has become pregnant, regardless of the outcome of the pregnancy

GnRH
gonadotropin releasing hormone

hCG
human chorionic gonadotropin

a hormone produced by placental cells that can be detected in the (woman’s) circulation once a pregnancy has been established

the basis of virtually all commercial pregnancy tests (most often a negative pregnancy test result is a hCG titer of less than 5 IU/L, the hCG titer is often about 100 IU/L at the time of a missed menstrual flow, and the hCG titer usually rises by at least 66% every other day in normal early intrauterine pregnancies)

HSG
hysterosalpingogram

a radiological procedure that examines the uterine cavity and the patency of the fallopian tubes using a radiopaque dye that is injected into the uterus through the cervix

h/o
history of

ICSI
intracytoplasmic sperm injection

IUD
intrauterine device

a form of contraception in which a small object (most often made of plastic) is placed into the uterine cavity to inhibit implantation of an embryo

IUI
intrauterine insemination

IVF
In Vitro Fertilization

LOA
lysis of adhesions (cutting of scar tissue)

LMP
last menstrual period

generally refers to the date of the first day of significant menstrual flow for the current cycle

NKDA
no known drug allergies

NSVD
normal spontaneous vaginal delivery

OB/GYN
obsetetrician gynecologist

OHSS
ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome

P
para

para followed by a roman numeral (1, 2, 3, etc) or preceded by a latin prefix (primi-, secundi-, terti-, etc) refers to the number of times a pregnancy has resulted in a single or multiple birth

P4
progesterone

PCOS
polycystic ovarian syndrome

PID
pelvic inflammatory disease

inflammation may be due to a variety of causes, most often PID refers to inflammation due to an infection within (or around) the fallopian tubes, ovaries and uterus

PMP
previous menstrual period

generally the date of the first day of significant menstrual flow for the menses immediately prior to the LMP

POF
premature ovarian failure

RE
reproductive endocrinologist

S
spontaneous abortion

when followed by a roman numeral (1, 2, 3, etc) this refers to the number of times a woman has had a spontaneous abortion (miscarriage)

s/p
status post or “following”

SA
semen analysis

SIN
salpingitis isthmica nodosa

the direct invasion of the epithelium that lines the (fallopian) tubal lumen (endosalpinx) into the wall of the fallopian tube (muscularis)

STD
sexually transmitted disease (such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis)

T
therapeutic abortion

when followed by a roman numeral (1, 2, 3, etc) this refers to the number of times a woman has had a therapeutic abortion (including elective terminations)

TESE
testicular sperm extraction

Tx
treatment

U/S
ultrasound

w/o
without

y/o
year old



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