perivesical

perivesical

 [per″ĭ-ves´ĭ-k'l]
next to the urinary bladder; called also juxtavesical.

per·i·cys·tic

(per'i-sis'tik),
1. Surrounding the urinary bladder.
2. Surrounding the gallbladder.
3. Surrounding a cyst.
Synonym(s): perivesical
[peri- + G. kystis, bladder]

per·i·cys·tic

(per'i-sis'tik)
1. Surrounding the urinary bladder.
2. Surrounding the gallbladder.
3. Surrounding a cyst.
Synonym(s): perivesical.
[peri- + G. kystis, bladder]
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The tumors with deeper invasion that involve the perivesical soft tissue should be staged as pT3.
Pathological examination showed that the tumor invaded the perivesical fat and parametrium.
Anatomopathology confirmed complete resection of the tumor reaching the muscle layer and the perivesical fat.
"Pluck" technique (transurethral resection of ureteral orifice): Prior to nephrectomy, the orifice is dissected and freed to the perivesical area via cystoscopy using a holmium laser or resectoscope.
Esta lesao media 4,8 x 2,7 x 2,9 cm e acometia toda a espessura da parede vesical com extensao para a gordura perivesical adjacente, invasao de vasos iliacos a esquerda e sem planos de clivagem com os ossos da pelve.
The bladder is surrounded by visceral adipose tissue, and bladder cancer staging is based on involvement of perivesical fat.
de Tayrac, "Voiding difficulties after vaginal mesh cystocele repair: does the perivesical dissection matter?," International Urogynecology Journal, vol.
It is becoming apparent that staging for UrC is more consistent when utterly dichotomized to those confined to urachus, bladder, and perivesical tissue (surgical specimen) and those with spread to the peritoneum and other organs [6, 10].
During laparotomy, we initially encountered extensive necrosis of the perivesical fat with presence of pus in the retropubic space.
Seon, "Angiomyofibroblastoma arising from the posterior perivesical space: A case report with MR findings," Korean Journal of Radiology, vol.
He underwent USG abdomen and was diagnosed with urothelial bladder mass (29x17mm) seen along the left lateral wall with mild adjacent perivesical fat stranding with small bilateral obturator nodes and prostomegaly.
Along its path from the bladder to the umbilicus, the urachus lies between the transverse fascia and the parietal peritoneum contained in the pyramidal, retropubic, perivesical preperitoneal space compartmentalized by umbilicovesical fascia, along with the medial umbilical ligaments and the bladder.