Definition of Vesical. Meaning of Vesical. Synonyms of Vesical

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Definition of Vesical

Vesical
Vesical Ves"i*cal, a. [L. vesica bladder.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the bladder. --Dunglison.

Meaning of Vesical from wikipedia

- Vesical tenesmus refers to the feeling of incomplete emptying of the bladder following urination. When the word tenesmus is used without modification...
- Vesical (Latin: vesica) refers to the urinary bladder and its relevant and nearby structures and functions, including: the vesical arteries, which provide...
- inferior vesical artery or inferior vesicle artery is an artery in the pelvis that supplies the lower part of the bladder. The inferior vesical artery is...
- women do not have a recto-vesical pouch, but instead have a recto-uterine pouch and vesico-uterine pouch. The recto-vesical pouch is a space between the...
- The superior vesical artery is a branch of the umbilical artery. The vesiculo-prostatic artery usually arises from the superior vesical artery in men...
- The vesical veins are veins in the pelvis that drain blood from the urinary bladder. The vesical veins receive blood from the vesical venous plexus and...
- vesica urinaria, and the term vesical or prefix vesico - appear in connection with ****ociated structures such as vesical veins. The modern Latin word for...
- Vesical arteries are variable in number. They supply the bladder and terminal ureter. The two most prominent are the superior vesical artery and the inferior...
- Vesical plexus may refer to: Vesical nervous plexus Vesical venous plexus This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with the title Vesical plexus...
- trematode Schistosoma haematobium, has been implicated in the development of vesical calculi. However, evidence ac****ulated thus far has not supported this...