paravesical

par·a·cys·tic

(par'ă-sis'tik), Do not confuse this word with paracytic or parasitic.
Alongside or near a bladder, specifically the urinary bladder.
Synonym(s): paravesical
[para- + G. kystis, bladder]

paravesical

/para·ves·i·cal/ (-ves´ĭ-k'l) perivesical.

paravesical

(păr″ă-vĕs′ĭk-ăl) [″ + L. vesica, bladder]
Near the urinary bladder.
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The complications with the use of synthetic mesh occur due to its placement adjacent to the bladder and rectum involving extensive paravesical and pararectal dissection includes the passage of needles blindly through the obturator foramen or the ischiorectal fossa which in turn increase the potential for immediate complications like excessive bleeding, perforation of the bladder, rectum and blood vessels.
CT has a high sensitivity and specificity for the elimination of vesicocolic fistula, intraabdominal abscess, or neoplasm and observing of intramural or paravesical gas (4).
The internal hernia in turn can be prevesical, paravesical, lateral or intravesical.
Computed tomography of the abdomen and pelvis revealed a non-enhancing cystic mass of spontaneously high density in the right paravesical area (Figures 1A and 1B).
Boruszak rightly highlights the importance of teaching gynecologists to access the retroperitoneum, paravesical, and pararectal spaces in order to improve patient outcomes.
Retzius space haematoma with retroperitoneal dissection after spontaneous vaignal delivery: an unusual presentation of ruptured paravesical plexus managed by bilateral internal iliac artery ligation.
Such cases can include the destructive forms of cholecystitis complicated by paravesical infiltration or abscess and the presence of the violent inflammatory changes in the part of gallbladder neck (Sharma, 2003).
The anterior vaginal wall is opened, and the endopelvic connective tissue is separated from the pubic ramus at the level of the bladder neck to the ischial spine, exposing the paravesical and pararectal space.
La operacion cesarea extraperitoneal paravesical tuvo como exponentes principales al aleman Albert Doderlein (18601941) y al propio Latzko, en 1908 y 1909 respectivamente, asi como a los norteamericanos F.
While the presence of concrements in gallbladder, thickening of its wall and paravesical liquid are the most widespread ultrasound data, but these signs also do not differ catarrhal form of ACh from the gangrenous one.
The paravesical and pararectal spaces are then developed by retracting the umbilical ligament (the superior vesicle artery) medially and performing blunt dissection between this artery and the pelvic side wall.