pararectal


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par·a·rec·tal

(par'ă-rek'tăl),
Near the rectum or rectus muscle.

pararectal

adjective
(1) Perirectal. 
(2) Adjacent to the rectus muscle.

pararectal

(păr″ă-rĕk′tăl) [″ + L. rectum, straight]
Close to the rectum.
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The epithelium is dissected laterally and the pararectal space opens on the right side.
Once the pararectal space is developed and the ureter dissected, I proceed with transection of the round ligament.
Igualmente se presentaron otras vias de abordajes, transrectal y pararectal, cada una de ellas en un 6.
A horizontal dissection was made on the perineum, levator ani muscle was held from bilateral pararectal region, and perineoplasty was performed by enhancing puborectal muscle (levator ani) medial part fixation.
Boruszak rightly highlights the importance of teaching gynecologists to access the retroperitoneum, paravesical, and pararectal spaces in order to improve patient outcomes.
Intraoperatively, there was significant fibrosis of the posterior rectal plane on the left side extending down into the pararectal gutter, but the prostate was separable from the rectum with sharp dissection.
Small nodules on the left pararectal, ischiorectal, and ischoanal fossa.
The vaginal mucosa is then dissected off the underlying rectovaginal septum distally and any enterocele proximally In the upper third of the vagina, lateral dissection is extended in the pararectal space until areolar tissue is encountered.
A pneumoperitoneum was created with a Veress needle, which was introduced through a pararectal incision 2cm cranial to the umbilicus.
Two of them were placed in subcutaneous space, one was engulfed in greater omentum, three were present in pelvis in retrorectal and pararectal region [Fig.
The pararectal space is bordered laterally by the pelvic sidewall, anterolaterally by the cardinal ligament, and medially by the rectal pillars.