cervical stenosis


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cervical stenosis

Etymology: L, cervix + Gk, stenos, narrow, osis, condition
a narrowing or complete closure of the canal between the body of the uterus and the cervical os (endocervical canal).

cervical stenosis

Gynecology A block of the cervical canal due to a congenital defect or complications of surgery–eg, cryosurgery. See Cervix.
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Ancelotti told the Italian daily Il Giornale on Monday he was suffering from cervical stenosis and would be travelling to Vancouver for an operation.
Approximately 10%-15% of these women will experience cervical stenosis, often attributed to the cerclage, resulting in menstrual or fertility issues (Gynecol.
There are two types of spinal stenosis: lumbar stenosis and cervical stenosis.
Particularly, the presence of congenital cervical stenosis can be assessed by applying the Torg-Pavlov ratio on a lateral radiograph.
4%) experienced dysmenorrhea secondary to cervical stenosis and it was successfully managed with dilation under local anesthesia.
The endometrium is essentially contiguous with the vagina via the cervix and, while cervical stenosis may block this connection, medical or procedural approaches can ameliorate this blockage.
In cases of cervical stenosis secondary to dural thickening, the treatment may include laminectomy and occipital craniotomy.
Chavis, as having a cervical myelopathy secondary to severe cervical stenosis from levels C4-C7 of her cervical spine.
The narrowing in the cervical area is known as cervical stenosis.
He underwent surgery last November to treat cervical stenosis, a narrowing of the spinal cord.
The reasons for noninsertion included cervical stenosis in one woman and a uterine cavity less than 6 cm in the other," said Dr.
Spear tackler's spine is a constellation of radiographic and clinical parameters that includes the use of spear tackling techniques, with radiographic development of cervical stenosis, straightening or reversal of the normal cervical lordotic curve, and posttraumatic bony changes (spondylosis).