Uterine

  • (adj): Of or involving the uterus.
    Example: "Uterine cancer"

Some articles on uterine:

Montevideo Units
... Montevideo units are a method of measuring uterine performance during labor ... Units are calculated by internally (not externally) measuring uterine pressure above baseline tone and multiplying by the number of contractions in a 10 minute period ... Uterine pressure is generally measured through an intrauterine pressure catheter ...
Roberto Caldeyro-Barcia - Early Career - Montevideo Units
... and labor by measuring the intensity and frequency of contractions and the uterine tone, making it possible to analyze and define uterine contractility during pregnancy and childbirth ... labor— led to the duo's creation of Montevideo units to quantify uterine activity, now a worldwide standard in perinatal care ... labor, defining the pattern of normal uterine contractility having a "triple descendant gradient" ...
List Of Me SH Codes (C13) - MeSH C13 --- Female Genital Diseases and Pregnancy Complications - MeSH C13.703 --- Pregnancy Complications - MeSH C13.703.420 --- Obstetric Labor Complications
... MeSH C13.703.420.288 --- dystocia MeSH C13.703.420.288.728 --- uterine inertia MeSH C13.703.420.339 --- fetal membranes, premature rupture MeSH C13.703.420.339.260 --- chorioamnionitis MeSH C13.703.420 ...
Manual Placenta Removal
... A hand is inserted through the vagina into the uterine cavity and the placenta is detached from the uterine wall and then removed manually ... If the placenta does not separate easily from the uterine surface, there may be a placenta accreta ...
Tubal Branch Of Uterine Artery
... The tubal branch of uterine artery is an artery anastamosing with the tubal branches of ovarian artery ... obturator anterior branch posterior branch middle rectal vaginal branch ♀ uterine ♀ arcuate vaginal of uterine ovarian of uterine tubal of uterine spiral V/IV vaginal ♀ inferior vesical ...

Famous quotes containing the word uterine:

    It is not menstrual blood per se which disturbs the imagination—unstanchable as that red flood may be—but rather the albumen in the blood, the uterine shreds, placental jellyfish of the female sea. This is the chthonian matrix from which we rose. We have an evolutionary revulsion from slime, our site of biologic origins. Every month, it is woman’s fate to face the abyss of time and being, the abyss which is herself.
    Camille Paglia (b. 1947)