perineal


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

perineal

 [per″ĭ-ne´al]
pertaining to the perineum.

per·i·ne·al

(per'i-nē'ăl), Do not confuse this word with peroneal.
Relating to the perineum.

per·i·ne·al

(per'i-nē'ăl)
Relating to the perineum.

Perineal

The diamond-shaped region of the body between the pubic arch and the anus.
Mentioned in: Neurogenic Bladder
References in periodicals archive ?
Incelemede "antenatal", "prenatal", "perineal massage" ve "perineal trauma" anahtar kelimeleri kullanilarak "Pub-Med", "Science Direct" ve "Wiley Interscience" veri tabanlari elektronik olarak taranmistir.
We believe that the damage to the perineal body, superficial transverse perineal muscles, and bulbosupongiosus muscles, which provide contribution to anal continence, is ignored, especially in direct surgical repair.
Dave et al [6] described a novel technique, The Neutral Sagittal anorectoplasty or NSARP as an extension of PSARP, which preserves both a perineal skin bridge between the neoanus and the posterior fourchette and the levator muscle.
Although the rate of perineal wound infections has been reduced with the aid of flaps,[6] several studies have reported that ELAPE may increase postoperative perineal morbidity such as chronic perineal pain, perineal wound infection, urinary retention, perineal herniation, and sexual dysfunction.[2],[3],[4],[7],[8],[9] In particular, chronic pain may be related to the coccygectomy, damage to the pudendal nerve, the wider excision of the levator ani muscles, and/or the suturing of the biological mesh close to the pelvic wall.[4],[9]
In this study, perineal body thickness, anal sphincter maximum squeezing pressure, mean resting pressure (MRP), external anal sphincter defect (EASD) and sphincter angle were evaluated.
Although the pain he initially experienced was likely cancer pain, his postoperative perineal pain and dysuria seemed to be neuropathic pain, given that his tumor was completely resected.
In preparation for reconstruction of the perineal body, as described by Slusher (1986), the mare is placed n a stock and tranquilized, and the perineum is desensitized by a caudal epidural analgesia:
Most of the primi mothers (93.3%) in the experimental group and 96.7% in control group were not exposed to any kind of health information related to perineal care, and in their family, there was no healthcare provider found in the families of both groups.
The researchers found that pain, anxiety, and epinephrine release decreased in the group performing perineal exercises with a ball.
The aim is to present the 60-year experience in vaginal deliveries using modified Ritgen manual perineal protection (MRMPP) technique according to peripartum tears of the soft birth canal.
No complication was observed in the third and sixth month controls; however, the perineal hernia was detected at the ninth month.