paracervical

par·a·cer·vi·cal

(par'ă-ser'vi-kăl),
Adjacent to the uterine cervix.

par·a·cer·vi·cal

(par'ă-sĕr'vi-kăl)
Connective tissue adjacent to the uterine cervix.
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(11) Clinicians can offer anesthesia in the outpatient setting with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications and a paracervical block, oral sedation with an anxiolytic, or in some cases intravenous (IV) sedation with conscious sedation.
Surgical abortion is a minor procedure commonly performed under sedation with paracervical block in our unit.
Physical exploration revealed an audible cervical murmur, more evident in the paracervical muscles and diminished intensity toward the head and chest, also with evidence of cervical thrill.
Ninety-five participants (aged 14 to 22 years) were randomized to a 1 percent lidocaine paracervical or sham block; 93 were included in the analysis.
An injection of a tracer into the perioviductal area of the right uterine horn revealed tracer-positive neurons bilaterally in the IMG and the paracervical ganglia and single cells in the ipsilateral paravertebral ganglia (Wasowicz et al., 2002).
Manual vacuum aspiration was done under paracervical block/cervical infilteration with Lignocaine.
In high-income countries (HICs), pain relief during labor is an integral part of the labor process [5], and there is a wide range of methods to relieve pain by pharmacological means, such as oral tablets, inhalation analgesia, intravenous and intramuscular opioids (pethidine or diamorphine), and various types of local (paracervical or pudendal block) and regional (epidural or spinal anesthetic) analgesia, and nonpharmacological ways, such as relatives' support, breathing exercises, massage, water birth, and the use of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) in early labor.
* Paracervical block with lidocaine might reduce patient pain during IUD insertion.
With Endosee, I was able to directly visualize the uterine cavity during her original appointment without using any pain medication or paracervical block.
Words invoked by the majority, such as "transcervical procedures," "[o]smotic dilators," "instrumental disarticulation," and "paracervical block," may be accurate and are to some extent necessary, but for citizens who seek to know why laws on this subject have been enacted across the Nation, the words are insufficient.
Intrauterine lidocaine infusion, paracervical block with lidocaine, intravenous tenoxicam or 4ml intravenous normal saline administered prior to biopsy.
Paracervical injection of vasopressin could further help reduce the risk of operative bleeding.