parametrial


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parametrial

 [par″ah-me´tre-al]
2. pertaining to the parametrium.

par·a·me·tri·al

(par'ă-mē'trē-ăl),
Pertaining to the parametrium.

par·a·me·tri·al

(par'ă-mē'trē-ăl)
Pertaining to the parametrium.

parametric

, parametrial (par″ă-mē′trĭk) (par″ă-mē-trē-ăl) [ parametric + ¹metro-, uterus]
1. Rel. to the area near the uterus.
2. Rel. to the parametrium.
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Epididymal white adipose tissue (eWAT) was removed from areas surrounding the epididymis and testis, whereas parametrial white adipose tissue (pWAT) was collected from homologous areas surrounding the uterus.
Effects of the crude saponins from stems and leaves of Panax quinquefolium on body, parametrial adipose tissue and liver weights, and hepatic lipids in mice fed a high-fat diet for 8 weeks
Boag utilized the unique OS12 Instrument to seal and divide significant lengths of parametrial tissue for the hysterectomy.
The real strength of MR imaging for cervical carcinoma is the high negative predictive value of 95% for parametrial invasion.
Early in the study, two patients in the laparoscopy group underwent conversion to laparotomy--one due to parametrial bleeding, the other due to pelvic adhesions and cystotomy, said Dr.
The usefulness of MRI and PET imaging for the detection of parametrial involvement and lymph node metastasis in patients with cervical cancer.
All SLN mapping was followed by complete laparoscopic pelvic node and parametrial dissection.
Parametrial involvement is best depicted on T1W images with a signal intensity change in the parametrial fat.
MIAMI BEACH -- Abdominal radical trachelectomy provides parametrial clearance and recurrence rates comparable to radical hysterectomy Dr.
Typical MRI findings of an AVM include a focal uterine mass that consists of a group of distinct, serpiginous flow voids on T2W imaging with an ill-defined border that disrupts the JZ and is associated with prominent parametrial vessels (Figure 9).
Cone biopsy or simple hysterectomy without parametrium removal appears adequate in patients with clinical stage I cervical cancer and clear parametrial margins as long as the tumor size is no greater than 2 cm.