ischiorectal


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ischiorectal

 [is″ke-o-rek´tal]
pertaining to the ischium and rectum.

is·chi·o·rec·tal

(is'kē-ō-rek'tăl),
Relating to the ischium and rectum.

ischiorectal

/is·chio·rec·tal/ (-rek´t'l) pertaining to the ischium and rectum.

ischiorectal

pertaining to the ischium and rectum.
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Trauma to these vessels can therefore lead to a large accumulation of blood in the paravaginal space or ischiorectal fossa, resulting in considerable delay in diagnosis.
sup][3],[4],[5],[6] Taking into account the entire levator muscles and surrounding ischiorectal fossal fat, the specimen volume of ELAPE is much larger than that of APR.
The long fistula was divided in the ischiorectal fossa through a fresh incision.
Anorectal causes of FG include perianal, perirectal, and ischiorectal abscesses; anal fissures; and colonic perforations.
This mesh has more than 150 associated complications, including obturator nerve injuries, extensive blood loss, and ischiorectal fossa abscesses.
One woman had ischiorectal abscess and required abscess drainage through the vaginal route.
Selective Anesthesia Used in Childbirth Indications Contraindications Local Provides pain Severe preeclampsia relief during the first and second stages of labor Opiates Pain reduction Sensitivity to and ease narcotics anxiety and analgesics Pudental Injection to Coagulation disorders Nerve Block numb the Infection in the vaginal area ischiorectal space or adjacent structures Sensitivity to local anesthetics Epidural Relieves pain Hemorrhage or shock while allowing the pregnant Pregnant woman is taking woman to anti-coagulants participate in the delivery.
Trans-sphincteric: Low via internal and external sphincters into the ischiorectal fossa and then to the perineum
They are named according to their location: ischiorectal (ischio-anal), peri-anal or intra-anal.
Surgical, Tyco Healthcare Group, Norwalk, CT), achieved Level I support by tunneling a nylon tape through the ischiorectal fossa into an incision in the posterior vaginal fornix.
A total of 18 of the infection cases were associated with erosion, including one vaginal abscess just below the mucosa and 2 ischiorectal fossa abscesses occurring remote from placement at about 2 months post procedure--both of which required surgical drainage.