Vesicouterine


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Related to Vesicouterine: rectouterine pouch, uterovesical fold

Ves`i`co`u´ter`ine


a.1.(Anat.) Of or pertaining to the bladder and the uterus.
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Ureteral injury can be avoided by extending the bladder flap laterally to the level of the round ligament and mobilizing the vesicouterine peritoneum inferiorly, with the suture placed directly on endopelvic fascia.
All examinations were performed using transvaginal probe (Voluson E8, GE Medical Systems, and Mindray) to assess the uterus, ovaries, vesicouterine pouch, and pouch of Douglas (POD).
Bladder injuries most frequently result during the dissection of the vesicouterine peritoneum.
The vesicovaginal, vesicocervical, and vesicouterine spaces are all at the same longitudinal axis and this area is also known as the anterior cul-de-sac.
Summary: UHS gynaecologist performs complex procedure to correct vesicouterine fistula on woman
Vesicouterine fistulas are rarely seen in daily clinical practice and this clinical condition is almost always related to CS (9).
Vesicouterine fistula is an abnormal passageway between the cavities of the bladder and uterus.
There was incarcerated small intestine passing through an internal hernia resulting from this adhesion in the left side of the pelvis, in the vesicouterine pouch, which was readily reduced.
Vesicovaginal fistula was seen in 69.9%, 25.7% were ureterovaginal fistula, 2.7% vesicouterine fistula and 0.88% each urethrovaginal fistula and combined fistula.
Youssef syndrome seen after cesarean section is characterized by amenorrhea accompanied by menouria, lack of urine incontinence, vesicouterine fistula, and normal cervical canal.
Here we present the case of early primary abdominal pregnancy located in the vesicouterine pouch and partly on the peritoneal surface of the bladder.