transcervical

transcervical

 [trans-ser´vĭ-kal]
1. performed through the cervical opening of the uterus.
2. across or through the neck of a structure.

transcervical

(trăns-sĕr′vĭ-kăl)
Done through the cervical os of the uterus.

transcervical

1. performed through the cervical opening of the uterus.
2. across or through the neck of a structure.
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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.
Thirty tumors were transorally resected, and one patient received a combined approach with transcervical access.
Two low cost interventions - misoprostol tablets and transcervical Foley catheterisation - are already used in low resource settings.
Less invasive procedures such as laparoscopic assisted transcervical vacuum aspiration and diagnostic hysteroscopy followed by vacuum aspiration can be performed in selected cases.
En la inseminacion transcervical desarrollada en Canada (Guelph system for transcervical AI) se coloca a la oveja en posicion decubito dorsal y con ayuda de un especulo y una fuente de luz se logra penetrar, bajo ciertas condiciones, el canal cervical, mejorando las tasas de fertilidad, tanto con semen fresco como con semen congelado (Halbert et al.
Objective: To compare transcervical balloon catheter with dinoprostone in terms of frequency of cesarean section.
Patient reported outcomes in endoscopic and open transcervical treatment for Zenker's diverticulum.
Sonata System's design provides a straightforward, transcervical access for a uterus preserving, incision-free fibroid treatment.
The opening chapters review airway stenting, endobronchial and endoscopic ultrasound staging in lung cancer, transcervical extended mediastinal lymphadenectomy for staging nonsmall cell lung cancer, mediastinoscopy, and robotic lymph node dissection.
For the current noninferiority trial, known as PROBAAT-II, the researchers set out to study the safety and effectiveness of labor induction using oral misoprostol, compared with transcervical catheter in term pregnant women with an unfavorable cervix.
These include a transcervical approach, either by a stepladder approach or through a long incision along the anterior border of sternocliedomastoid and a combined pull through technique.
They include transcervical, transparotid, transcervical-transparotid, transoral, combined transoraltranscervical, and transcervical-transparotid-mandibulotomy approaches.