Definition of Enterocele. Meaning of Enterocele. Synonyms of Enterocele

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Definition of Enterocele

Enterocele
Enterocele En"ter*o*cele`, n. [Gr. ?; ? an intestine + ? tumor, hernia.] (Med.) A hernial tumor whose contents are intestine.

Meaning of Enterocele from wikipedia

- An enterocele is a protrusion of the small intestines and peritoneum into the ****l canal. It may be treated trans****lly or by laparoscopy. An enterocele...
- incontinence. Suspected conditions such as internal rectal intussusception, enterocele, anismus, rectocele or sigmoidocele. To compare pre- and post-surgical...
- Cystourethrocele (both bladder and urethra) Posterior ****l wall prolapse Enterocele (small intestine into ****) Rectocele (**** into ****) Apical ****l...
- also tends to occur with other forms of pelvic organ prolapse, such as enterocele, sigmoidocele and cystocele. Although the term applies most often to this...
- Vesico****l Obstetric fistula Recto****l fistula Prolapse Cystocele Enterocele Rectocele Sigmoidocele Urethrocele ****l bleeding Postcoital bleeding...
- Vesico****l Obstetric fistula Recto****l fistula Prolapse Cystocele Enterocele Rectocele Sigmoidocele Urethrocele ****l bleeding Postcoital bleeding...
- re****ignment surgery (male-to-female) List of transgender-related topics Enterocele Sigmoidocele Baggish, p. 779-798. Mirzabeigi MN, Moore JH, Mericli AF...
- changes the length of the **** and predisposes it to rectocele and enterocele. The **** is attached to the pelvic walls by endopelvic fascia. The...
- Spinal cord lesions Mechanical outlet obstruction Internal intussusception Enterocele Dissipation of force vector Rectocele Descending perineum Rectal prolapse...
- 1016/j.bpobgyn.2009.05.002. PMID 19647493. "Cystoceles, Urethroceles, Enteroceles, and Rectoceles - Gynecology and Obstetrics - Merck Manuals Professional...