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3D Modeling for Pelvis

So, I should be finished modeling the pelvis. From here, I’m going to start cutting the model of the body into pieces for 3D printing and using the models of the uterus, cervix, and vagina to make molds so I can cast them in silicone. 408 more words

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Pelvic Model is Underway

I began work on the pelvic model last weekend. I started with a sphere and sculpted the torso from that.

I’m planning on moving the vagina farther north and a little bit away from the anus. 163 more words

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The Pelvic Plan

I’m officially starting on the pelvic exam model. I’m gonna go ahead and walk you through my plan of attack step by step – partially because I think it’s interesting and partially so that I have it written down and I don’t have to keep thinking about it. 280 more words

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Pelvic Exam Model Thoughts

So, I’m about to embark on a new project. A pelvic exam model. Just to cover all the bases, a pelvic exam is when someone with a vagina goes to see their doctor who examines the reproductive organs: vulva, vagina, cervix, ovaries, uterus, fallopian tubes. 605 more words

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What to Talk About with your OB-GYN as you Age

Once a woman reaches the transitional stages of menopause or is postmenopausal, there are more changes she’ll experience to her body besides those associated with reproductive health. 491 more words


Do you really need a pelvic exam during your next well visit?

Maybe not.   The American Academy of Family Physicians released an update April 25, 2017 stating that when screening non-pregnant  women without any gynecological or abdominal symptoms, no pelvic exam needs to be done.   195 more words

Dr. Leslie Greenberg