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vaginectomy

 [vaj″ĭ-nek´tah-me]
1. surgical excision of the vagina; called also colpectomy.
2. resection of the tunica vaginalis testis.

vag·i·nec·to·my

(vaj'i-nek'tŏ-mē),
Excision of the vagina or a segment thereof.
Synonym(s): colpectomy
[vagina + G. ektomē, excision]

vaginectomy

/vag·i·nec·to·my/ (vaj″ĭ-nek´tah-me) excision of the vagina.

vaginectomy

(văj′ə-nĕk′tə-mē)
n. pl. vaginecto·mies
1. Surgical removal of all or part of the vagina.
2. Surgical removal of the serous membrane covering the testis and epididymus.

vaginectomy

(1) The surgical excision of all or part of the vagina, usually for treatment of extensive squamous cell carcinoma, less often for female-to-male sex reassignment. 
(2) Removal of the tunica vaginalis testis.

vag·i·nec·to·my

(vaj'i-nek'tŏ-mē)
Excision of the vagina or a segment thereof.
Synonym(s): colpectomy.
[vagina + G. ektomē, excision]

vaginectomy

1. resection of the tunica vaginalis testis.
2. excision of the vagina.
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Patients and clinicians often ask about concurrent vaginectomy procedures.
The first stage of the procedure entailed exploratory laparotomy, TAH, BSO, vaginectomy, and urethral lengthening using an anteriorly based vaginal mucosa flap and labia minora tissues, followed by left radial forearm flap prelamination.
Bilateral V-Y advancement gluteal flaps are a viable solution for perineal reconstruction in patients who have suffered radical vulvectomy and partial vaginectomy.
It is possible that our patient had ovarian remnant syndrome because her BMI was normal, had no history of HRT but had past history of deep endometriosis making it possible that part of ovarian tissue must have been left in-situ during laparotomy done for bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy and vaginectomy.
A decision was made to perform vaginectomy augmented by the placement of a simple introital cerclage.
Bottom surgery" may include hysterectomy and salpingo-oophrectomy by a gynecologist, vaginectomy and urethral lengthening by an urologist, scrotoplasty and insertion of testicular prostheses by a urologist or plastic surgeon, a metoidioplasty by a urologist, or a phalloplasty by a plastic surgeon (Bowman & Goldberg, 2006).
In addition, a partial vaginectomy may be performed if the dysplasia is focal or small.
Treatments for VAIN include excisional biopsy in the office, intravaginal 5-fluorouracil, laser ablation or electrofulguration, and partial vaginectomy.
6, 7] Different surgical methods such as wide local excision, radical surgery (total vaginectomy with or without vulvectomy), and pelvic exenteration have been described.
Treatments for VAIN include excisional biopsy in the office, intravaginal 5-fluoracil, laser ablation or electrofulguration, and partial vaginectomy.
She underwent partial vaginectomy, pelvic node dissection, and concurrent bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy.