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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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).
We now know that the female sex organ is very similar to the male's in structure and function--that is, the urethral sponge is capable of anywhere from a three--to eight-inch erection, measures a handful in circumference, and that prostatic and other bodily fluids are ejaculated from the paraurethral glands and ducts through the urethra.
7] A paraurethral (Skene's) and minor vestibular gland origin can be excluded by the anatomic location of the neoplasm (ie, perineum).
Urethral and paraurethral leiomyomas in the female patient.
LOUIS -- Placing a transobturator sling with a newer technique that starts inside the paraurethral space and progresses outward is both safer and more effective than the "outside-to-in" approach, according to Robert M.
Homology between the female paraurethral (Skene's) glands and the prostate: immunohistochemical demonstration.
Testosterone maintains the mesonephric ducts and later causes the development of the accessory glands (seminal vesicle, prostate and paraurethral glands) and their connection to the urethra.
However, CCA is sometimes found in the lower urinary tract in women, most commonly involving the urethra, (1) where it may arise in paraurethral ducts or diverticula.
Other vulvar glands that are less often involved include Skene's, as well as the paraurethral glands, he said at an ob.