per vaginam

per vaginam

 [per vah-ji´nam] (L.)
through the vagina.
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Luteal support for cryopreserved embryo transfer cycles included Utrogestan ([R]) (Besins, Belgium) 200 mg three times daily orally, intramuscular Lentogest (Institut Biochemique SA, Switzerland) three times per week and Crinone[R] 8% (Merck Serono, UK) twice a day per vaginam. These were continued until 10 weeks of pregnancy.
Pelvic muscle tone was assessed per vaginam using the Oxford grading scale, where participants are asked to contract their pelvic musculature (squeeze examiner's finger, which has been gently inserted into the vaginal introitus) as strongly as possible and then to relax.
Vercellini, ""Per vaginam" topical use of hormonal drugs in women with symptomatic deep endometriosis: a narrative literature review," Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics, vol.
Chorionic villi in a 32year-old woman who presented with bleeding per vaginam of 8 hours' duration.
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.
[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.
Jenny seemed comfortable with the normal admission process but became distressed with the mention of an examination per vaginam. When the procedure was explained and she was asked to position herself in preparation for the examination, she appeared to freeze.
The patient's presenting complaints were prolonged bleeding per vaginam, anaemia and diarrhoea.
These include postembolization syndrome, postprocedure pain, infection, persistent PV (per vaginam) discharge, fibroid passage PV, endometrial atrophy leading to secondary amenorrhea, nontarget embolization, and uterine necrosis [6].
She had not had a fever or a foul-smelling discharge per vaginam in the postoperative period.
Notably, 15 (17%) had the rupture of membranes confirmed by the observation of leakage of amniotic fluid during digital per vaginam examination.