paracervical

par·a·cer·vi·cal

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

paracervical

/para·cer·vi·cal/ (-ser´vĭ-k'l) near a neck or cervix, particularly the uterine cervix.

paracervical

[-sur′vikəl]
Etymology: Gk, para + L, cervix, neck
pertaining to the area adjacent to the cervix.

par·a·cer·vi·cal

(par'ă-sĕr'vi-kăl)
Connective tissue adjacent to the uterine cervix.

paracervical

beside the neck, such as the uterine cervix.
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Anesthesia was provided by intravenous conscious sedation and paracervical blocks.
The new 6mm device requires less dilation and is designed to improve patient comfort - especially for patients under local anesthesia and/or paracervical block in-office.
16) One found lower pain scores and reduction in morphine use with bupivacaine injected as a paracervical block before vaginal hysterectomy (17) and another when compared to Tramadol, found significant prolonged analgesia.
After randomly dividing the participants into two groups, the researchers assessed atlas alignment with X-rays and by checking the subjects' supine leg-length, posture, and paracervical skin temperature.
It is a general belief that in patients with spina bifida analgesia for labour and delivery can be associated with greater frequency of failure, accidental dural puncture and post-dural puncture headache (1,3,4) The use of continuous epidural, caudal and spinal analgesia, paravertebral sympathetic and paracervical blocks and intravenous patient-controlled analgesia have been reported in pregnant women with spina bifida; however, all of these techniques have been associated with a number of limitations (e.
A paracervical block and NSAIDs were provided for pain and for control and reduction of tubal spasm.
5] The cases reported in the literature often showed extension into the paracervical tissue and vagina, but usually presented at Ann Arbor stage I or II; large cell ("histiocytic") or follicular (centrocytic/centroblastic) lymphomas are the most common subtypes.
If required, a topical pain-reliever could be applied to the device itself or a paracervical block, which is sometimes used for taking cervical samples.
They have looked at NSAIDs, paracervical blocks, lidocaine gel, misoprostol, and nitroglycerin.
Absorption speed varies with site of local anaesthetic injection--from fastest to slowest: intravenous > intercostal > intrapleural > paracervical > paravertebral > epidural > plexus blocks > > spinal > skin infiltration.