parametrial


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parametrial

 [par″ah-me´tre-al]
2. pertaining to the parametrium.

par·a·me·tri·al

(par'ă-mē'trē-ăl),
Pertaining to the parametrium.

par·a·me·tri·al

(par'ă-mē'trē-ăl)
Pertaining to the parametrium.

parametric

, parametrial (par″ă-mē′trĭk) (par″ă-mē-trē-ăl) [ parametric + ¹metro-, uterus]
1. Rel. to the area near the uterus.
2. Rel. to the parametrium.
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It is believed that parametrial invasion is present in 40- 73% of patients with cervical cancer.9
The lone finding was a bulky cervixor uterine isthmus without parametrial involvement.
While margin status, positive or negative, was reported, there was no data captured regarding volume of resected parametrial tissue, or relative distance from tumor to margin, both of which might provide the reader with a better appraisal of surgeon proficiency and consistency in radicality of the two approaches.
Hanprasertpong, "Risk factors to determine parametrial involvement in early stage cervical cancer and identification of patients suitable for less radical surgery," Oncology Research and Treatment, vol.
Spinedi, "Parametrial adipose tissue and metabolic dysfunctions induced by fructose-rich diet in normal and neonatal-androgenized adult female rats," Obesity, vol.
Thus, various methods for the accurate prognostic detection of parametrial invasion have been proposed [14-20].
Patients with International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) stage [less than or equal to] IIA, tumor size < 4cm, depth of stromal invasion (DOI) [less than or equal to] 1/2, negative lymph node metastasis (LNM), and negative parametrial involvement (PMI) along with low expression of synaptophysin and chromogranin predict a better survival [6].
A 1 cm mass was identified in the uterine cervix, but a pelvic MRI did not describe the cervical mass or parametrial invasion.
The applicator enables doctors to treat advanced stages of cervical cancer, including IIIA and IIIB with vaginal and parametrial extensions.
The histology revealed lymphovascular space and right parametrial invasion, so she had chemotherapy followed by both pelvic radiotherapy and brachytherapy.
Of tubes Percentage Visualized tube with free intra-peritoneal spill 22 45.83% Tubal block 22 45.83% Dilated fallopian tube 14 29.17% Irregular outline (1) 10 20.83% Extravasation of contrast (1) 2 4.17% Beaded appearance (1) 4 8.33% Thickened wall (1) 2 4.17% Thickened tube (1) 1 2.08% Peritoneal findings Number of patients Percentage Loculated spill 6 24% Nodules (as filling defect in spilled contrast) 1 4% Calcification 0 0 Ovarian enlargement 4 16% Prominent parametrial vessels 1 4% Free fluid in pouch of duglas 1 4% (1): suggestive of salpingitis Table 2.
The liver and visceral adipose tissues (epididymal and parametrial) were dissected, weighed, and expressed in mg/10 g of body weight.