intrapelvic

in·tra·pel·vic

(in'tră-pel'vik),
Within the pelvis.

intrapelvic

/in·tra·pel·vic/ (-pel´vik) within the pelvis.

intrapelvic

(ĭn″tră-pĕl′vĭk) [″ + pelvis, basin]
Within the pelvis.
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Intrapelvic endometriosis can be located superficially on the peritoneum (peritoneal endometriosis), can extend 5 mm or more beneath the peritoneum (deep endometriosis) or can be present as an ovarian endometriotic cyst (endometrioma).
Evaluation of the ability of physical therapists to palpate intrapelvic motion with the stork test on the support side.
trachomatis infection in women and rectal LGV in MSM, the clinical spectrum of genital LGV in women may vary from a mucosal ulcer with intrapelvic lymphadenopathy to cervicitis with vaginal discharge, or it may manifest without any symptoms at all as persistent asymptomatic infection.
These results suggested that vascular metastasis may also play an important role in the development of intrapelvic EM.
Regarding the possible cause of VTE in ovarian cancer patients, it is well-known that large tumors and/or massive ascites may compress the intrapelvic veins, causing a hypercoagulable state and increasing the risk of DVT even before surgery.
RLUs have an intrapelvic and an extrapelvic portion where the extrapelvic one is the distal part of the ligament in the canal of Nuck (1).
Most grossly palpable chronic intrapelvic adhesions in women of childbearing age are inflammatory in origin.
The external striated sphincter is innervated from the pelvic plexus and from the perineal branch and intrapelvic branch of the pudendal nerve.
Some studies have suggested that undergoing CS helps to preserve vaginal strength, preserve normal sexual function, and maintains anatomical and functional arrangement of the pelvic floor and intrapelvic organs (16, 17).
Radiographs showed displacement of the fracture and intrapelvic migration of the lag screw through the femoral head and the medial wall of the acetabulum.
Fornix rupture (FR) is a unique presentation and this condition may be spontaneous or caused by a sudden increase in intrapelvic pressure which was due to acute ureteral obstruction [1].
Her operative report indicated that a mass lesion measuring 6 x 4 cm was observed immediately below the insertion site of the intrapelvic branches of internal iliac vessels.