pelvic cavity


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Related to pelvic cavity: abdominal cavity, cranial cavity, Spinal cavity
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Noun1.pelvic cavity - the space bounded by the bones of the pelvis and containing the pelvic viscerapelvic cavity - the space bounded by the bones of the pelvis and containing the pelvic viscera
bodily cavity, cavum, cavity - (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
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(2) Since an SFT of the seminal vesicle is located between the bladder and the rectum in the pelvic cavity, compression of these organs can occur as the tumour volume increases and can cause symptoms to manifest, including frequent micturition and dull pain in the lower abdomen.
The pelvic floor is like a bridge that connects the front of the pelvic cavity to the back.
As a result, the organs drop from their normal position in the pelvic cavity and push outside the body through the vagina.
(1) Originally described as inflammatory pseudotumor in the lung, it has been referred to with several other names, including plasma cell granuloma, xanthomatous pseudotumor, and pseudosarcomatous myofibroblastic proliferation, and has been reported in many extrapulmonary sites in the body, including mesentery, omentum, retroperitoneum, head/ neck, pelvic cavity, urogenital tract, and extremities.
On the left side, it goes over the psoas major muscle and enters the pelvic cavity by crossing the common iliac artery.
Objective: To evaluate the clinical therapeutic effects of excision of invaded sacrospinous ligament on pelvic cavity pain caused by endometriosis.
Pelvic ultrasonography revealed no uterine echo in the pelvic cavity. A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the pelvis showed that the uterus and carcinosarcoma had prolapsed through the vagina.
Retrograde Menstruation: During menstruation, the blood flows out of the body through gentile but retrograde menstruation or backward bleeding takes back the blood containing endometrial cells through fallopian tube to pelvic cavity.
These include perforation of the uterus and/or fallopian tubes; migration of inserts to the abdominal or pelvic cavity; persistent pain; and suspected allergic or hypersensitivity reactions.
Researchers believe the fetus "extruded after the burial" and called it an example of a "coffin birth," (https://www.forbes.com/sites/kristinakillgrove/2018/03/23/pregnant-medieval-woman-gave-birth-in-grave/#35ab10171663) Forbes  reported. The team from the Universities of Ferrara and Bologna said that the child's leg bones possibly never made it out of the pelvic cavity, however, the upper torso and head likely did, meaning "the fetus was likely partially delivered."