rectovesical


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Related to rectovesical: rectovesical septum, rectovesical pouch
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rec·to·ves·i·cal

a. rectovesical, rel. al recto y la vejiga.
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Perianal fat herniation was found in 2 patients one in pouch colon and one in rectovesical fistula patient.
Females Males Cloaca 5 Rectovestibular fistula 14 Rectal atresia/stenosis 2 No fistula 4 Rectovesical fistula 3 Recto-prostatic- 3 urethral fistula Recto-bulbar-urethral fistula 6 Perineal fistula 3 5 Unknown 5 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Right urethra was catheterized, and cystography revealed a large rectovesical fistula between the right colon and the right bladder (Figure 2).
Local progression may cause invasion of adjacent structures leading to pain, urinary retention due to invasion of the bladder and/or urethra, obstruction of the rectum, establishment of rectourethral or rectovesical fistulas, and infiltration of the pelvic nerve bundles.
A digital rectal examination showed an empty rectum with a full and tender rectovesical pouch.
Davydov in 1969 first time used a three staged operation which requires dissection of the rectovesical space with abdominal mobilization of a segment of the peritoneum, and subsequent attachment of the peritoneum to the introitus.
Sorrell, "Rectovesical ectopic varix intraperitoneal hemorrhage with fatal outcome," American Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
Five children (13%) without CHD needed reoperations because of complication due to TERPT: one child had a fistula between the vesicular seminales and rectum and received a colostomy that was closed before follow-up; one child had acute surgery due to leakage of the biopsy site on the bowel and received a diverting stoma that was closed before follow-up; one child had a twisted bowel postoperatively and was reoperated with a redo pull-through; one child with stricture developed a rectovesical fistula and therefore later received a permanent colostomy, still present at follow-up; one child with Down syndrome had a treatment resistant stricture, myectomy, and later received a permanent colostomy.
Contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) of the abdomen revealed a 10.5 cm x 10 cm, well defined, unilocular, nonenhancing lesion occupying the rectovesical pouch pushing the rectum, and anal canal toward left and urinary bladder anteriorly.
For the purposes of the radiotherapy study, the locations of tumor in the seminal vesicles were not mapped because the rectovesical space and any retained seminal vesicles would be routinely covered as part of the target volume.