intracervical

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intracervical

[¦in·trə′ser·və·kəl]
(anatomy)
Located within the cervix of the uterus.
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Preoperative endocervical sampling can be performed safely and adequately with results consistent with final trachelectomy pathology," said Sarah Krantz, MD, of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
7) Using highly sensitive polymerase chain reaction methods, HPV was shown to be involved in the pathogenesis of the 3 most common histologic subtypes of ADC, namely endocervical, endometrioid, and intestinal.
3] was noted on ultrasonography in the endometrial cavity extending into endocervical canal, which was suggestive of hematometra.
A la semana 21 de gestacion se inician lavados vaginales con solucion fisiologica salina al 0,9% 100 cc semanal y terapia via vaginal con isoconazol (ILANA [R]) ovulo 600mg dosis semanal, posterior a 14 dias de tratamiento la paciente refiere estar asintomatica y se evidencia disminucion de la leucorrea con persistencia de secrecion endocervical (ver imagen 2).
The frequency of Neisseria gonorrhoeae endocervical infection among female carrier and changing trends of antimicrobial susceptibility patterns in Kashan, Iran.
11] Most of the other nonneoplastic lesions such as tunnel clusters, mesonephric hyperplasia, endometriosis, and microglandular endocervical hyperplasia are not given much importance even though they mimic in situ or malignant neoplasm.
The preoperative distinction between these two is very important because the treatment for an endometrial cancer is commonly a simple hysterectomy (Sometimes, if the cervical involvement is identified before surgery, the treatment is modified radical hysterectomy), while for an endocervical adenocarcinoma primary chemotherapy is given with radical hysterectomy.
Endocervical swab specimens were taken from all women before any pregnancy outcomes in sterile tubes containing 5 ml of PBS (phosphate buffered saline).
Our case was 64 years of age and her tumour held the whole endocervical wall.
Endocervical samples were obtained consecutively from pregnant women who agreed to participate in the study and were collected after removal of postpartum secretions from the endocervical os.
If the squamocolumnar junction is visible and an endocervical curettage is done, this is adequate.
1,6) It has not been clear whether self-collected vulvovaginal swabs are equivalent to clinician-collected urethral or endocervical swabs for the detection of gonorrhea, or whether NAAT testing of the self-collected swabs or culture of the clinician-collected swabs is a more sensitive test for gonorrhea.