cervical canal


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cervical canal

[′sər·və·kəl kə′nal]
(anatomy)
Canal of the cervix of the uterus.
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1% of diagnoses, CII according to the Bethesda system), with such diagnosed lesions as: ASC-US (atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance) in 207 female patients, ASC-H (atypical squamous cells - cannot exclude HSIL) in 8 female patients, LSIL (low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion) in 37 female patients, atypical glandular cells of cervical canal (AGC) in 8 female patients and squamous carcinoma in 1 female patient.
The TVS probe is then reinserted into the rectum under sterile conditions by a second ope ttal view of the cervical canal and uterus is optimized.
The pathophysiology of this kind of injury is due to the sudden stretching of the cord in a hyperflexion/ hyperextension injury compounded by a narrow cervical canal due to pre-existing degenerative disc disease.
To avoid shock due to sudden release of allantoic fluid, rusch catheter (18 (a)) was introduced into allantoic cavity through cervix after negotiating cervical canal with cervical dilator (Fig.
In fracture dislocation, it draws the fragments of the spine apart, restores the diameter of cervical canal, and reduces the danger of pressure on cord1.
In CM-1, variable caudal displacement of cerebellar tonsils occurs into the upper cervical canal.
IUDs, a rare congenital condition called a blind uterine horn, and narrowing of the cervical canal (the entrance to the uterus), which restricts the flow of blood.
The cervical canal is lined with another kind of cell called columnar cells.
Trim IUD strings inside the cervical canal so they are undetectable and are harder for partners to remove, and send emergency contraceptive pills home in plain envelopes.
The Pap test takes a few cells from the cervical canal - the opening of the uterus - and checks for abnormal cells that can lead to cancer.
Table 1--Rank means in the experimental groups, regarding the presence of calcium hydroxide residues at the apical and cervical canal thirds.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says that ferning is a confirmatory test for ruptured membranes, to be used along with pooling in the vaginal vault, and that premature membrane rupture is confirmed by fluid passing from the cervical canal.