per vaginam

per vaginam

 [per vah-ji´nam] (L.)
through the vagina.

per vaginam

/per va·gi·nam/ (per vah-ji´nam) [L.] through the vagina.

per vaginam

Etymology: L
via the vagina.

per vaginam

[L.] through the vagina.
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She had not had a fever or a foul-smelling discharge per vaginam in the postoperative period.
Patients are having frank growth, postmenopausal, bleeding per vaginam, using intravaginal medications, those with prior hysterectomy and those who took prior treatment for cancer cervix or cervical intraepithelial neoplasia were excluded.
The most common complaint was white discharge per vaginam (29.
21] The present study documented that none of the women whose VL was suppressed (<400 copies/mL) and who delivered per vaginam transmitted the virus to their infants.
The next examination per vaginam was as difficult as the first and findings were the same as in the previous examination with the fetal head high.
Flashbacks', or the re-experiencing of abuse as if it were actually happening, may be triggered by examinations per vaginam or indeed by the pain of labour itself (Kendall-Tackett, 2004; Rhodes & Hutchinson, 1994; Waymire, 1997; Heritage, 1998).
He acknowledged that homosexual men could be brought to have sex with women, but because that behavior did not extinguish homosexual interests, he called it little more than masturbation per vaginam.
The patient's presenting complaints were prolonged bleeding per vaginam, anaemia and diarrhoea.
Notably, 15 (17%) had the rupture of membranes confirmed by the observation of leakage of amniotic fluid during digital per vaginam examination.
Seventeen percent of the women had the rupture of membranes confirmed by digital per vaginam examination despite the leakage of fluid having been noted in the patient history.
of abortions) at 19 weeks of pregnancy was admitted with a complaint of abdominal pain and 2 days of bleeding per vaginam.
The Study of Progesterone for the Prevention of Preterm Birth in Twins (STOPPIT) research in the UK was a placebo-controlled trial using 90 mg of progesterone daily per vaginam from 24 weeks (Norman et al.