pelvic

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Related to pelvic viscera: abdominal viscera

pel·vic

 (pĕl′vĭk)
adj.
Of, in, near, or relating to the pelvis: a pelvic artery.

pelvic

(ˈpɛlvɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) of, near, or relating to the pelvis
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pelvic - of or relating to the pelvis; "pelvic exam"; "pelvic inflammation"
Translations
حَوْضي
pánevní
bækken-
medence-
mjaîmargrindar-
panvový
leğen kemiğiyle ilgili

pelvic

[ˈpelvɪk] ADJpélvico

pelvic

[ˈpɛlvɪk] adjpelvien(ne)pelvic floor
nplancher m pelvien
modif [muscles] → du plancher pelvien; [exercises] → de musculation du plancher pelvien

pelvic

adjBecken-; complaint, painsin der Beckengegend; pelvic floor musclesBeckenboden m, → Beckenbodenmuskulatur f; pelvic thrustHüftschwung m

pelvic

:
pelvic bone
pelvic girdle
nBeckengürtel m; pelvic finBauchflosse f

pelvic

[ˈpɛlvɪk] adjpelvico/a

pelvis

(ˈpelvis) noun
the framework of bone around the body below the waist.
ˈpelvic adjective

pel·vic

a. pélvico-a, pelviano-a, rel. a la pelvis;
___ girdlecinturón ___;
___ examinationreconocimiento ___;
___ presentationpresentación ___.

pelvic

adj pélvico, pelviano
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Due to close proximity of pelvic viscera like bladder and rectum it is recommended that selection of patients, procedure and type of mesh should always be performed by experienced surgeons.
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This technique was first described in 1948 by Brunschwig in a patient with advanced cervical cancer and included total resection of pelvic viscera (bladder, uterus and rectum) ended with a terminal colostomy and urinary conduit [1].
3] With the evolution to upright posture, two-legged gait and the demands of childbirth, the pelvic floor became vulnerable to forces that disrupt the integrity of the PFM and compromise the support these structures provide to the pelvic viscera.
Mass effect on adjacent bowel loops and pelvic viscera is evident.
Pelvic tumours are usually large, distorting the normal anatomy and are in close proximity to major neurovascular structures and pelvic viscera.