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orifice

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(electromagnetism)
Opening or window in a side or end wall of a waveguide or cavity resonator through which energy is transmitted.
(science and technology)
An aperture or hole.

orifice

orifice
A mouth, aperture, opening, perforation, passage, or hole. The size of an orifice normally is fixed.
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After splitting muscles and vertically opening the anterior bladder wall, two ureteral orifices were catheterized.
In the discussed groups of patients, through the careful implementation of ureteroscope to the ureteral orifice, we recorded a small percentage of vesicoureteral reflux, which underwent spontaneous regression.
Bleeding from a ureteral orifice during cystoscopy is a nonspecific finding, but should heighten suspicion in the appropriate clinical scenario.
Ureteral orifice dilation was performed in 19.8% of the patients.
Radiological findings include bladder occupying lesion that mimics invasive bladder carcinoma, and dilation of the upper urinary tract are usually found in cases with ureteral orifice involvement.
Cystoscopy does not usually make the diagnosis alone but can be helpful in identifying the ureteral orifice within the urethra.
(7,8,10) One explanation why competency in ureteroscopic stone extraction at this OSCE did not correlate with PGY is that we are assessing basic endourologic skills such as cystoscopy, guidewire placement in the ureteral orifice, and flexible ureteroscopic stone extraction.
We recommend this procedure particularly for patients with a large median lobe, a ureteral orifice that atypically opens closer to the bladder neck, a large ureterocele, a severe ureteral kink, and a history of pelvic radiotherapy or transurethral resection of the prostate.
An efflux of dye was seen from the left ureteral orifice but not from the right orifice.
The TBM length-to-diameter ratio of 5:1 was created by a U-shaped incision with a length-to-width ratio of 5:3 over the bladder mucosa extending from the distal ureteral orifice as the conventional ureteroneocystostomy.
The black marking of the bladder coil was positioned at the ureteral orifice in every patient.