adnexa


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adnexa

[ad′neks·ə]
(biology)
Subordinate or accessory parts, such as eyelids, Fallopian tubes, and extraembryonic membranes.
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Therefore, in all patients of reproductive age group, even in the presence of an intrauterine pregnancy, a complete ultrasonographic review of the whole pelvis including adnexa should be done to rule out the presence of heterotopic pregnancy.
Pervasive and invasive malignant lesions and nonmalignant-SOL of eye and its adnexa.
Criteria of ultrasonic diagnosis: Ultrasonic diagnostic result could be determined as positive when any of the following conditions was observed: there was no gestation sac in utero, but gestation sac echo which manifested as strong echo mass surrounded by an echo-free sac was detected beyond utero; adnexa area and the envelop of gestational sac were complete, with embryo and original cardiovascular pulsation inside; adnexa area on one side was detected with irregular echoes with unclear boundaries and uneven echo masses.
Caption: Figure 2: IUD was partly buried in right adnexa and was embedded by inflame enlarged appendix.
Regardless of "necrotic" appearance, the adnexa should be preserved.
Sequential histologic sections of the adnexa found occult malignancy in 30% of fallopian tubes, but similar lesions were not present within the ovary (Am.
Both fallopian tubes had fibroid-like growths within them (approximately 1 cm in diameter), and there was a larger 5 cm fibroid-like growth arising from the right adnexa (Fig.
Lymphoid hyperplasia and malignant lymphoma occurring in the ocular adnexa (orbit, conjunctiva, and eyelids): a prospective multiparametric analysis of 108 cases during 1977 to 1987.
They recommend against performing a speculum examination of dip vagina and cervix, and a bimanual examination of the adnexa, uterus, ovaries, and bladder.
They recommend against performing a speculum examination of the vagina and cervix, and a bimanual examination of the adnexa, uterus, ovaries, and bladder.
Normal adnexa uteri specimens: Anatomic basis of MR imaging features.