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.
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Maternal Complications Among the Study Population Maternal complication Group I Group II Cervical tear 1 (0.68%) 3 (2.05%) Paraurethral tear 1 (0.68%) 0 (0%) Uterine hyperstimulation 1 (0.68%) 0 (0%) No complications 143 (97.94%) 143 (97.94%) Total 146 (100%) 146 (100%) Applying Chi square test, p value =0.39.
In case urethral strictures develop, urethral and paraurethral lesions need to be removed with caution in order to avoid postoperative incontinence much as vulvar lesions have not been linked with important postoperative complications so far.
Retrospectively reviewed with the collapsed bladder, it was difficult to differentiate the paraurethral mass from the mass effect of the fibroid uterus.
Twenty-three patients (age range, 17-65 years; mean age, 31.5 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.
Paraurethral cyst: is conservative management always appropriate Eur J Peads Surg 2002; 12: 212-4.
During sexual excitement, the urethral and perineal sponges become engorged and erect; the paraurethral glands and ducts in the urethral sponge fill with prostatic and other fluid which can be ejaculated through the urethra.
She underwent gynaecological examination which revealed a 30 mm x 40 mm x 30 mm widely pedunculated, firm, smooth, paraurethral mass without discharge, arising close to the external urethral orifice.
Song, "Effect of ginsenoside-Rg1 on the proliferation of paraurethral fascia fibroblasts derived from women suffering from stress urinary incontinence," Zhonghua Fu Chan Ke Za Zhi, vol.
Other glandular elements that are present in the vulva include the Skene glands (paraurethral glands), the Bartholin glands (mucus producing vestibular glands), and minor vestibular glands.
Urinary bladder cancer often includes cancer of the urethra, paraurethral glands, and other unspecified cancers of the urinary tract, and is statistically the most common urinary tract cancer.