Acquired immune deficiency syndrome- Full form of AIDS, immune system disease: a disease of the immune system caused by infection with the retrovirus HIV, which destroys certain white blood cells and is transmitted through blood or bodily secretions such as semen. Patients lose the ability to fight infections, often dying from secondary causes such as pneumonia or Kaposi's sarcoma. .
2. Adhesion- joining of body parts: the joining of normally unconnected body parts by bands of fibrous tissue.
3. Artificial insemination by donor- method of inducing pregnancy: a method of inducing pregnancy in a woman by injecting sperm into the womb, sometimes sperm from the husband, a donor, or a mixture of the two.
4. Chlamydia- pathogenic bacterium: a spherical bacterium that causes several eye and urogenital diseases in humans and other animals, and psittacosis in pet birds. Genus Chlamydia. Sexually transmitted disease: a sexually transmitted disease, the most common in developed countries, caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. Often producing no symptoms, it can cause infertility, chronic pain, or a tubal pregnancy if left untreated. .
5. Circumcision- removal of male's foreskin: the removal of all or part of the foreskin from the penis. Removal of clitoris or its prepuce: the cutting away of the skin (prepuce) covering the clitoris, or the removal of the clitoris. Also called female circumcision.
6. Cryptorchidism- having an undescended testicle: a developmental condition affecting humans or animals in which one or both testicles fail to descend into the scrotum.
7. Ectopic pregnancy- egg developing outside the womb: the development of a fertilized egg outside the womb, for example, in a fallopian tube.
8. Endometriosis- presence of endometrium elsewhere than womb: a medical condition in which the mucous membrane (endometrium) that normally lines only the womb is present and functioning in the ovaries or elsewhere in the body.