intracervical


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intracervical

[¦in·trə′ser·və·kəl]
(anatomy)
Located within the cervix of the uterus.
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In Group B (N= 50), women received 0.5 mg intracervical dinoprostone gel repeated every 6 hours for a maximum of 3 doses.
Several buccal, oral, vaginal, and intracervical methods have been attempted at different dosages and conflicting results have been obtained.
in 2010, the effect of local anesthesia (paracervical and intracervical) in order to control pain during outpatient hysteroscopy was investigated.
Additional evaluation assessing outcomes and comparative effectiveness of the various approaches for lesbian couples (home-based vaginal insemination, clinic-based intracervical insemination, IUI and IVF) factoring in both costs and time-to-conception are required to help couples make informed decisions about their conception options.
Randomized placebo controlled trial to assess the role of intracervical lignocaine in outpatient hysteroscopy.
Ripening of the human cervix and induction of labor with intracervical purified porcine relaxin.
One study compared 25mg of oral dexketoprofen and an intracervical application of 5ml of 2% mepivacaine in postmenopausal women and found comparable efficacy of both drugs during diagnostic hysteroscopy as assessed with VAS scores.22 The effectiveness of dexketoprofen depends on the timing of its administration (1 hour before the procedure) and the onset of its mechanism of action.
[9] Conservative surgical treatment under general anaesthesia includes suction curettage, Foley balloon tamponade and intracervical infiltration of Carboprost.
Intravaginal misoprostol versus intracervical dinoprostone in mid trimester abortion.
Studies indicated that patients with CD4+ T-cell counts less than 200 cells/mm3 had high-risk oncogenic HPV more frequently, so that the risk for developing intracervical cancer was higher in this group, or as immunosuppression increased, there was a greater vulnerability of developing cervical cancer (Tanon et al 2012; WHO 2006).