extravaginal

ex·tra·vag·i·nal

(eks'tră-vaj'i-năl),
Outside the vagina.

extravaginal

(ĕks″tră-văj′ĭ-năl) [″ + vagina, sheath]
Outside the vagina.
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Neonatal torsion is an extravaginal torsion, involving the entire spermatic cord, including the processus vaginalis (Basta et al.
There are two distinct mechanism of testicular torsion: extravaginal (most common at the perinatal period) and intravaginal (most common in older children and adolescents).
TVT can occur in extravaginal sites, even in absence of pre-existing genital lesions (Kabuusu et al.
3) Torsion may be extravaginal (proximal to the tunica vaginalis) or intravaginal (within the tunica vaginalis).
These extravaginal bacteria often are found again in the vagina, suggesting that bacterial vaginosis can be acquired from extravaginal bacterial reservoirs.
163/2006, as amended, of a diagnostic system for cytology extravaginal in a thin layer to the soc of pathology hospital rovigo, including rental of the instrument, testing, technical full-risk and consumables necessary for the execution of the types and amount of testing required, for a period of 60/mesi.
Intravaginal spermatic cord (testicular) torsion occurs when the testis twists within the tunica vaginalis, whereas extravaginal testicular torsion occurs in the perinatal period before fixation of the tunica vaginalis within the scrotum [1].
Clinical categorization of scrotal masses according to anatomic location and clinical findings Testicular Testicular Extratesticular Extratesticular painful masses painless painful masses painless masses masses Torsion of Malignant Epididymitis Hernia spermatic cord testicular tumors Orchitis Benign Torsion of Hydrocele, testicular appendix testis hematocele tumors Testicular trauma In utero Torsion of Adenomatoid (rupture, extravaginal epididymis epididymis hematoma) torsion tumor Hemorrage into Incarcerated Soft tissue tumor hernia tumors Benign or malignant Kawasaki disease Idiopathic scrotal edema Henoch-Schonlein purpura
These lateral stems are called extravaginal growth because they penetrate through the enclosing leaf sheaths and grow outside of them.
There are 2 types of testicular torsion: extravaginal and intravaginal.
Stolons, according to the accepted description of plant growth for creeping bentgrass being of extravaginal emergence in origin (Beard, 1973), were rarely seen.