cervical canal


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Noun1.cervical canal - a spindle-shaped canal extending from the uterus to the vaginacervical canal - a spindle-shaped canal extending from the uterus to the vagina
duct, epithelial duct, canal, channel - a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other substance; "the tear duct was obstructed"; "the alimentary canal"; "poison is released through a channel in the snake's fangs"
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Patients with unyielding cervices preventing access into the cervical canal were termed 'failed MS.
The inner aspect of the cervical canal is lined by columnar type epithelium which gives way to squamous epithelium at the squamo-columnar junction at or about the external os.
"Moreover," the authors wrote, "persistence of the menstrual blood after menstruation in the cervix may negatively influence the mucus quality and sperm quality, obstruct sperm transport through the cervical canal, [and] interfere with embryo implantation, leading to secondary infertility.
IIA Tumor mass extending into the cervical canal seen best on sagittal T2-weighted images as widening of cervical fibrous stroma with preservation of the cervical fibrous stroma.
Most microorganisms colonizes the cervical canal and uterine cavity during pregnancy ascending from the vagina.
Radiologic appearance of the upper cervical canal in women with a history of premature delivery.
I am in fact fighting four things: stenosis (narrowing of the cervical canal), DISH the build-up of excess bone in the spinal canal, spondylosis (the wearing down of the discs in the spine and decrease in space between the vertebrae), and cervical disc disease (which leads to herniated discs).
Abnormal cells inside the cervical canal can't be detected with a colposcope.
We also agree that retention of the cervical mucus may be an important issue and we always take special care to avoid/ minimize manipulations in the cervical canal that may disturb or dislodge the cervical mucus.
Damage from a grasping volsellum or tenaculum to the anterior lip or forcible expansion with Hegar dilators to the cervical canal can be reduced by pre-operative preparation.
The depressor now conforms to the cervical canal and is placed there to guard the strings.