paraurethral


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paraurethral

 [par″ah-u-re´thral]
near the urethra.

par·a·u·re·thral

(par'ă-yū-rē'thrăl),
Adjacent to the urethra.

paraurethral

/para·ure·thral/ (-u-re´thr'l) near the urethra.

paraurethral

near the urethra.
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Paraurethral cyst as an unusual cause of acute urinary retention.
5 years) with paraurethral duct infection and subsequent paraurethral duct dilation were enrolled in this study.
To finish development of the paraurethral passage, I pass standard Metzenbaum scissors through each hydrodissected tunnel until I feel the underside of the pubic bone, but no further.
By doing so they acquired the practical knowledge presented in Susan Gage's now-famous anatomical illustrations of the urethral sponge of the clitoris, complete with erectile tissue and paraurethral glands and ducts (Chalker 33-34).
Acute urinary retention in a young woman by paraurethral cyst.
Adenocarcinoma of the female urethra comprises only 10% of all primary urethral malignancies in women and is hypothesized to originate from Skene's glands, paraurethral ducts, or glandular metaplasia of the urothelium (3).
All vaginas have a paraurethral sponge (the G-spot) and an anterior fornix (the A-spot).
Possible origins of these lesions include Bartholin's glands, sweat glands, ectopic breast tissue, paraurethral glands, sebaceous glands, minor vestibular glands, Gartner's duct remnants, foci of endometriosis, and misplaced cloacal remnants.
Urethral Conditions, Diverticulum, Strictures, Differential Diagnosis or Paraurethral Masses, Cysts or Abscesses of Skene's Glands, Gartner Duct Cysts, Cysts of Bartholin Cysts, Adenomas, Urethral Prolapse, and Urethral Caruncles