anovaginal

anovaginal

 [a″no-vaj´ĭ-nal]
pertaining to or communicating with the anus and vagina.

anovaginal

(ā″nō-vaj′ĭn-ăl) [ anus + vaginal]
Pert. to the anus and vagina.
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Magnetic resonance fistulography for the demonstration of anovaginal fistula: an alternative imaging technique?
Anovaginal fistulas: evaluation with endoanal MR imaging.
If the internal opening is in the anal canal, they should be correlated as "anovaginal"; however, if the vaginal opening is very low, they are referred to as anovestibular or anointroital.
Low superficial anovaginal or anointroital fistulas might be laid opened or excised; on the other hand, this will likely create a deformity of the anal canal (keyhole deformity) with the risk of faecal soiling [91, 92].
Al parecer este microorganismo ingresa a la vagina durante el coito [10] por medio de las conductas sexuales como el sexo oral, anovaginal o migracion desde la zona perineal [1,6,8,11].
Anovaginal fistulas may be due to trauma, surgery, or radiation therapy.
Trends in methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus anovaginal colonization in pregnant women in 2005 versus 2009.
PHILADELPHIA -- Neonates do not face an increased risk of colonization or infection by Staphylococcus aureus when they are born to mothers who have anovaginal colonization with this pathogen, based on a review of more than 2,700 deliveries.
aureus from colonized mothers to their children precludes the need to routinely screen pregnant women for anovaginal S.
He urged caution in adopting the new procedure, which has "several pitfalls." Misapplication of the purse-string suture can result in a full-thickness resection of the rectal wall and subsequent rectovaginal or anovaginal fistula.
The additional specificity provided by the combination of species-specific primers with internal probes ensures direct detection and identification of GBS from anovaginal specimens in which the typical vaginal and anal floras are microbiologically extremely complex and not well known (23).
When necessary, in case of suspected anovaginal fistula, the short tau inversion recovery (STIR) pulse sequence was employed (TR, 2768 msec; TE, 30 msec; TI, 140 msec; flip angle, 45[degrees]; 4 mm thick sections; 512 matrix and three averages; FOV, 360 mm; acq.