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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With progression along the RARP learning curve, improvements may be seen in various domains, including operative time, estimated blood loss, positive surgical margin rate, urethrovesical anastomosis time, complications, length of hospital stay, transfusion rate, early continence, potency, and conversion rate.
Burch urethropexy was then performed laparoscopically using CV-2 nonabsorbable polytetrafluoroethylene (Gore-Tex[C]) figure-of-eight sutures, placed bilaterally 1 cm lateral to the midurethra and at the level of the urethrovesical junction.
Increased bladder pressure may also narrow the urethrovesical angle (between the female urethra and the posterior bladder wall), which is normally about 90 degrees (Dutton 1960; Tapp et al.
Incontinence pessaries "manually support and stabilize the urethrovesical junction, which the vaginal sling repair accomplishes surgically" (Roehl & Buchanan, 2006, p.
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 other way to investigate is to measure the retrovesical (RVA) or posterior urethrovesical (PUV) angle between proximal urethra and trigone.
5 Loss of the posterior urethrovesical angle or reduced tensile strength of the fascia in pregnancy might produce antenatal stress incontinence.
The relaxation of the pelvic floor during the first stage of micturition causes complete toss of the posterior urethrovesical (PUV) angle.