enterocoele


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en·ter·o·coele

 (ĕn′tə-rō-sēl′)
n.
The coelom formed from a pocketlike outgrowth of the wall of the archenteron, especially in echinoderms and chordates.

enterocoele

or

enterocoel

n
(Zoology) a body cavity formed from an outgrowth of the archenteron wall

en•ter•o•coele

or en•ter•o•coel

(ˈɛn tər əˌsil)

n.
a body cavity formed from an outpocketing of the archenteron, typical of echinoderms and chordates.
[1875–80]
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The surgical technique used was macropore, polypropylene, (Figure-2) anterior 6 arms mesh implant Sacro Uterine Ligamentopexy +posterior large segment vaginal enterocoele repair + levator ani fixation with perineoplasty operation in order to compensate anterior pelvic organ prolapse and vesicovaginal fascia defect.
On local examination cervix lying 2 cm outside the introitus, cervicitis+, no decubitus ulcer, cystocoele+, rectocoele+, no enterocoele, on reposition per vaginum examination: uterus retroverted, multiparous size, firm, mobile, right adenexa thickened.
This can be due to Hirschsprung's disease (usually young children), intussusception or an enterocoele, which may follow hysterectomy.