parasacral

parasacral

 [par″ah-sa´kral]
situated near the sacrum.

par·a·sac·ral

(par'ă-sā'krăl),
Adjacent to the sacrum.

parasacral

/para·sa·cral/ (-sa´kr'l) beside or near the sacrum.

parasacral

[-sā′krəl]
Etymology: Gk, para + sacrum
pertaining to the area around the sacrum.

parasacral

situated near the sacrum.
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Parasacral transcutaneous electrical stimulation for overactive bladder in children: An assessment per session.
Evaluation of constipation after parasacral transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in children with lower urinary tract dysfunction: A pilot study.
Pre- and parasacral collection with destruction of the sacrum is seen on CT scan.
Other sciatic nerve blocks include the anterior and lateral approaches, which allow the patient to remain in the supine position, as well as the parasacral and prone approaches.
described the gluteal artery perforator flap based on parasacral perforators.
Continuous parasacral sciatic block: A radiographic study.
The first dose of tenoxicam was administered at the end of the surgical procedure, when all patients received a lumbar (psoas compartment) block or parasacral (sciatic nerve block) block with 40 ml of 0.
Transcutaneous parasacral electrical stimulation vs.
Is parasacral neuromodulation using TENS a cost-effective first-line treatment for bladder overactivity in children?
Combined paravertebral lumbar plexus and parasacral sciatic nerve block for reduction of hip fracture in a patient with severe aortic stenosis.