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intracervical

 [in″trah-ser´vĭ-kal]
within the canal of the cervix uteri.

en·do·cer·vi·cal

(en'dō-sĕr'vi-kăl),
1. Within any cervix, specifically within the cervix of the uterus. Synonym(s): intracervical
2. Relating to the endocervix.

intracervical

/in·tra·cer·vi·cal/ (-ser´vĭ-k'l) within the canal of the cervix uteri.

intracervical

en·do·cer·vi·cal

(en'dō-sĕr'vi-kăl)
1. Within any cervix, specifically within the cervix of uterus.
Synonym(s): intracervical.
2. Relating to the endocervix.

intracervical

within the canal of the cervix uteri.
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Our report combines the use of a vascular constrictive agent and mechanical pressure on the cervical arteries using Mersilene tape during the evacuation procedure, without the use of intracervical tamponade.
No entanto, esses autores utilizaram IA intracervical com doses de 6 x [10.
On MRI, intraconal and extraconal orbital involvement and an intracervical mass causing compression and tracheal and esophageal deviation were noted, the physicians said.
On the day before surgery, each patient received an intracervical injection of 120 MBq of colloidal rhenium sulfur labeled with technetium-99m; this was followed 12 hours later with lymphoscintigraphy.
Consultation with an ear, nose, and throat surgeon may be appropriate if the tumor is primarily intracervical or for assistance with portions of the surgery, such as mastoidectomy, or if a team approach is otherwise anticipated.
HCl is spermicidal enough for use in an intracervical device that it blocks sperm metabolism in the tricarboxylic acid cycle.
Intracervical Method--A method of artificial insemination whereby semen is placed directly in the cervix or uterus and not in the vagina.
Background Commonly used medications for cervical ripening and labor induction include intravenous oxytocin, intracervical or intravaginal prostaglandins, or both.
Appropriate mode for labour induction was decided after Bishops scoring and methods used were prostaglandin pessary, intracervical Foleys catheter and syntocinon infusion.
In study subjects who did not go into spontaneous labour in 24 hours, induction of labour was done with intracervical PGE2.
Comparison of efficacy and safety of sublingual misoprostol with intracervical dinoprostone gel for cervical ripening in prelabour rupture of membranes after 34 weeks of gestation.
Of several methods of ripening, intracervical dinoprostone gel and intravaginal misoprostol tablet are the most frequently used methods.