cervical anesthesia

cer·vi·cal an·es·the·si·a

regional anesthesia of the neck by injection of a local anesthetic solution about the cervical nerves or into the cervical epidural space.
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Topical cervical anesthesia. Some hysteroscopists have recommended application of anesthetic cream, gel, or spray directly to the cervix immediately before the procedure.
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