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pudendal

 [pu-den´dal]
pertaining to or supplying the pudendum, such as pudendal nerves (see Appendix 3-5) or a pudendal block.

pu·den·dal

(pyū-den'dăl),
Relating to the external genitals.
Synonym(s): pudic

pudendal

[pu-den′dal]
pertaining to or supplying the pudendum, such as pudendal nerves or a pudendal block.

pu·den·dal

(pyū-den'dăl)
Relating to the external genitals.
Synonym(s): pudic.

pudendal

pertaining to the pudendum.

pudendal block
anesthesia produced by blocking the pudendal nerves, accomplished by injection of the local anesthetic into the tuberosity of the ischium.
pudendal fissure
see rima pudendi.
internal pudendal block
local nerve block used mostly for exteriorizing the bull's penis for examination or treatment. The hypodermic needle is introduced through the ischiorectal fossa and directed to the nerve by a hand in the rectum.
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In our practice, we often use intravaginal Valium, transvaginal trigger point injections, and pudendal nerve blocks as an adjunct to physical therapy.
Caption: Figure 1: Angiography showed contrast extravasation at the right pudendal artery (red arrow).
Both tibial and pudendal nerve neuromodulation have been shown clinically to increase bladder capacity.
The case was assessed as pudendal nerve neuropathy in our clinic and 21 sessions of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation was applied to perineal region in acupuncture mode for 45 minutes twice a day.
The superficial pouch has structures common to both males and females, including the ischiocavernosus, bulbospongiosus, superficial transversus perinei muscles, the pudendal vessels, and pudendal nerves.
Hrouda, "Case report: delayed hemorrhage from an accessory internal pudendal artery pseudoaneurysm after robotic radical prostatectomy: successful management with CT angiography and embolization," Journal of Endourology, vol.
Bilateral V-Y advancement flaps were designed based on the internal pudendal artery perforators (Figure 6).
When the abovementioned findings with the contribution of pudendal nerve stimulation and when S3 stimulation determined with plantar flexion that is apparent in the toe and rare in other fingers, which is accompanied by the mild stimulation of the sciatic nerve, along with fluctuation in the perineum are obtained, a guidewire is passed through the needle.
Specialised tests for assessing aetiology include nocturnal penile tumescence and rigidity, dynamic duplex ultrasound, dynamic infusion cavernosometry, cavernosography internal pudendal arteriography and biothesimetry.
Plexiform neurofibromas may affect pudendal nerve and are symmetrically arranged within the pelvis.
17) As diagnostic modalities have improved, much of what was previously termed idiopathic incontinence has been found to have identifiable underlying pathology, such as pudendal and inferior hypogastric neuropathies.
What is it, if not shame, that causes us to metaphorically excise the female sexual response and say "vagina" when we actually mean pudendal nerve?