infundibulopelvic

in·fun·dib·u·lo·pel·vic

(in'fŭn-dib'yū-lō-pel'vik),
Relating to any two structures called infundibulum and pelvis, such as the expanded portion of a calyx and the pelvis of the kidney, or the fimbriated extremity of the uterine tube and the pelvis.

infundibulopelvic

adjective Referring to an infundibulum–a funnel-like structure and a pelvis, as seen in the renal calices. See Caliceal.

infundibulopelvic

(ĭn″fŭn-dĭb″ū-lō-pĕl′vĭk) [″ + pelvis, basin]
Pert. to the infundibulum and pelvis of an organ, esp. the kidney.
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2) Two peritoneal folds run from this towards the infundibulopelvic ligaments.
sup][2],[6],[8],[9],[15],[16] Because the majority of diverticula are located at the mid and upper portion of the affected kidney, modern ureteroscopy with greater rotating angle allows access to the lower calyx with an infundibulopelvic angle <30[degrees].
Lymphatic channels from the uterus can drain directly from the fundus via the infundibulopelvic ligament to the aortic lymph node chain, thereby bypassing the pelvic lymph nodes.
The PFTC is richly permeated with lymphatic channels that drain into the para-aortic lymph nodes through infundibulopelvic lymphatics.
4] They suggested poor stone-free clearance of SWL and introduced a technique for measuring various parameters related to lower calyx anatomy, such as lower pole infundibular length and width along with the lower pole infundibulopelvic angle.
8), (12) The significant effect of infundibular length, width (gravity non-related factors), and infundibulopelvic angle (gravity related factors) on the stone clearance following SWL or ureteroscopy were reported.
During the early hours of December 28 she was taken by ambulance to Fairfax Hospital's emergency room, where it was discovered that she had sustained a ten-to-twelve centimeter laceration of the uterus, which extended into the cervix, a four-to-five cm tear of the sigmoid colon, a tear of the right infundibulopelvic ligament, damage to the ovaries, significant blood loss, sepsis, and hemorrhagic/septic shock.
Laparoscopic findings included a markedly edematous left tube, left broad ligament, and left proximal round ligament, marked dilation of the vessels in the left broad ligament and infundibulopelvic ligament and a 2 cm x 2 cm x 3 cm mass protruding from the left posterior wall of the uterus (See Figure 2).
In order to describe certain anatomic relationships in the pelvis and abdominal wall at laparoscopy and the effect of body mass index (BMI) on those parameters, Nezhat and coauthors (5) reported on clinical measures of distances from the midline to inferior epigastric vessels, ureter and infundibulopelvic ligament in 103 patients.
Here, each step--ligation of the left uterine vessels, then the right uterine vessels, the bilateral low vessels, the unilateral infundibulopelvic, and the contralateral infundibulopelvic--is performed one at a time until the bleeding stops (Am.
Case 2 Ruptured corpus luteum, Hemorrhagic and necrotic ovarian torsion having left ovary with ruptured two and half turns at corpus luteum cyst infundibulopelvic ligament.