transcervical

transcervical

 [trans-ser´vĭ-kal]
1. performed through the cervical opening of the uterus.
2. across or through the neck of a structure.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

transcervical

(trăns-sĕr′vĭ-kăl)
Done through the cervical os of the uterus.
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During the test, a small sample of cells will be removed from the placenta using one of two methods: | Transabdominal CVS - a needle is inserted through your tummy (this is the most common method used) | Transcervical CVS - a tube or small needle are inserted through the cervix.
Postoperative cerebral oedema after transcervical endometrial resection and uterine irrigation with 1.5% glycine.
Randomised trial comparing hysterectomy and transcervical endometrial resection: Effect on heaalth related quality of life ans costs two years after surgery.
Because of the risk of the patient's developing airway obstruction if the swelling expanded farther, she was taken to surgery for excision via a transcervical approach without a mandibulotomy.
Because of the lateral and submucosal position of the tumor, the decision was made to perform a complete submucosal excision of the mass via a right transcervical approach with tracheostomy for airway protection.
The patient suffered hypomenorrhea after transcervical resection of adhesion on May 5, 2014, in a local hospital.
The first type can be removed by the transcervical approach; the second is usually deeply rooted in the mediastinum and may require an additional or an alternative access, either transsternal or transthoracic (1).
In addition to cost savings per TURP procedure, the Olympus plasma platform can be used for other Urology and Gynecology procedures, including transurethral resection of bladder tumors (TURBT) and transcervical resection.
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In this latter case, complete resection of the gland is necessary because there is a high rate of relapse and the calcified mass cannot pass through the duct, which requires a lateral transcervical approach for removal of the submandibular gland [2-4, 8, 9].