utero-ovarian

utero-ovarian

 [u″ter-o-o-va´re-an]
pertaining to the uterus and ovary.

u·ter·o-o·var·i·an

(yū'tĕr-ō-ō-vār'ē-ăn),
Relating to the uterus and an ovary.

utero-ovarian

/utero-ovar·i·an/ (u″ter-o-o-var´e-an) pertaining to the uterus and ovary.

utero-ovarian

pertaining to the uterus and ovary.
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Notably, it has been suggested that endometriosis-related SHiP could be caused by spontaneous rupture of utero-ovarian vessels or bleeding endometriosis implants.
Using the utero-ovarian vein as the primary outflow tract is "a promising modification of this operation" that may be the "technical key to making this procedure the least morbid possible," said Dr.
Occluding the utero-ovarian ligaments with bulldog clamps to control collateral blood flow from the ovarian artery has been described, but the clamps can tear these often enlarged and fragile uterine veins during manipulation of the uterus.
After fetal extraction and deliver of the placenta, the uterus exteriorized, careful exploration of the pelvic cavity showed a rupture of right utero-ovarian vessels.
Despite an attentive search, no ovarian remnant, pedicle or utero-ovarian ligament was identified.
Porro's operation, a utero-ovarian amputation, was performed to control bleeding and complete the surgery.
Spontaneous utero-ovarian vessel rupture during pregnancy: three case reports and a review of the literature.
The bifurcation of the uterine artery creates the utero-ovarian branch, which supplies the tip of the uterine horns and the oviduct; it also forms an anastomosis with a primary branch of the ovarian artery.
These criteria include the followings: The tube on the involved side should be intact, the gestational sac should be located in the region of the ovary, the gestational sac should be attached to the uterus by the utero-ovarian ligament and ovarian tissue in the wall of the gestational sac is proved histologically.
Involvement of these gene transcripts, which are present in breast, uterine, and ovarian tissues, in the environment-endocrine interaction suggests the possibility of a utero-ovarian feedback control of breast cancer chemosensitivity effected by npcRNAs.
Blood drains from the ovary, uterine horn, and uterine body via the ovarian vein (also called the utero-ovarian vein).
The utero-ovarian arteries were occluded bilaterally for 20 min in female Wistar rats on day 19 of pregnancy to induce fetal ischemia.