urethrovesical

urethrovesical

 [u-re″thro-ves´ĭ-kal]
pertaining to the urethra and bladder.

u·re·thro·ves·i·cal

(yū-rē'thrō-ves'i-kăl),
Relating to the urethra and bladder.

urethrovesical

/ure·thro·ves·i·cal/ (-ves´ĭ-k'l) vesicourethral.

urethrovesical

pertaining to the urethra and bladder.
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When the catheter balloon is filled with 10 mm of fluid and gently pulled back, the urethrovesical junction can be identified.
A sagittal anterior vaginal wall incision was made extending from the urethrovesical junction to the vaginal apex.
The relaxation of the pelvic floor during the first stage of micturition causes complete toss of the posterior urethrovesical (PUV) angle.
The upper urethra, urethrovesical junction, bladder, upper vagina, uterus, small bowel, sigmoid colon, mesenteric fat, and rectum should all be above the hiatus.
Surgical procedures to treat SUI are designed to correct urethral closure deficiencies and to improve support of the urethrovesical junction.
The portion of the physical exam performed in the supine position includes the sterile Q-tip test, in which a cotton swab is placed in the urethrovesical junction and the patient performs a Valsalva maneuver--a greater than 30-degree deflection of the swab is a positive test for urethral hypermobility.
Long-term functional urinary outcomes comparing single- vs double-layer urethrovesical anastomosis: Two-year follow-up of a two-group parallel randomized controlled trial.
Of the 5 series, 3 reported no urethrovesical strictures, and 2 reported stricture rates of 9% and 18%, respectively.
However, the International Continence Society uses a more precise definition: An anterior vaginal wall defect exists when the urethrovesical junction or any other part of the anterior vaginal wall is less than 3 cm from the hymenal ring.
Idiopathic constipation associated with impaired urethrovesical and sacral reflex function.