vesicouterine


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Related to vesicouterine: rectouterine pouch, uterovesical fold

vesicouterine

 [ves″ĭ-ko-u´ter-in]
pertaining to the bladder and uterus.

ves·i·co·u·ter·ine

(ves'i-kō-yū'tĕr-in),
Relating to the bladder and the uterus.

vesicouterine

/ves·i·co·uter·ine/ (-u´ter-in) pertaining to or connecting the bladder and uterus.

vesicouterine

[ves′ikōyo̅o̅′tərin, -ēn]
Etymology: L, vesica + uterus, womb
pertaining to the bladder and uterus. Also called uterovesical.

vesicouterine

pertaining to the bladder and uterus.
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The coronal plane is crucial as it allows an optimal visualization of the vesicouterine space and the bladder dome (1).
The cystographic phase of IVU was beneficial in suspected cases of vesicouterine fistula as well.
DISCUSSION: Vesicouterine fistula has been sparsely described in literature.
Post caesarean vesicouterine fistulae Youssef syndrome: Our experience and review of published work.
On the left side in the vesicouterine pouch and partly on the vesical peritoneum, there was a round hemorrhagic mass, about 3 cm in diameter, with grayish ruptured capsula, filled with almost black coagulated blood (Figure 2).
The prevalence of vesicouterine fistula has been reported as 1% to 4% in most series, but is increasing due to an increase in Cesarean sections;[sup.
The vesicouterine fold is identified as a crescent-shaped peritoneal fold that can be lifted and divided for entry.
Normally, the vesicouterine peritoneum is flexible, mobile, and easy to free from the cervix and vagina.
Bilateral uterine arteries were identified and vesicouterine peritoneum was opened to make subsequent hysterectomy easier to perform.
A cystourethrography and a pelvic CT scan were performed which revealed a large vesicouterine fistula.
Prevention of vesicouterine adhesion after cesarean with Interceed.
If the uterine incision is made slightly above the vesicouterine peritoneal fold, the loose connective tissue between the uterus and the urinary bladder allows spontaneous descent of the bladder [14].