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ANAL CANAL
LOWER PART
PREGNANCY
VAGINAL DELIVERY
VAGINAL INFECTIONS
SYMPTOMS
VAGINAL BLEEDING
EPITHELIUM
VESTIBULE
GUT FLORA
NATURAL BALANCE
TINY TUBES
LARGE INTESTINE
ABDOMEN
ANTIBIOTICS
NORMAL BALANCE
URINARY BLADDER
ADJACENT STRUCTURES
STRUCTURAL ABNORMALITY
NATURAL OPENING
GROIN
JOCK ITCH
GALLBLADDER
FISTULA FORMATION
PELVIC ORGANS
DOCTOR
SMALL BRUSH
BODY
NARROW END
MAGNIFYING LENS
MICROSCOPE
STAGE IIIB
MUCOUS MEMBRANES
CHLAMYDIA
GONORRHEA
FORNIX
PUDENDAL NERVE
PELVIC
PELVIC AREA
MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS
NOSE
FALLOPIAN TUBE
LACTOBACILLI
SPERM
SEMEN
PELVIC EXAMINATION
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Definitions

  1. The vagina is attached to the uterus through the cervix, while the uterus is attached to the ovaries via the Fallopian tubes.
  2. The vagina, a passage connecting the uterus with the external genitals, receives the penis and the sperm ejaculated from it during sexual intercourse.
  3. The vagina is the most common site of infection in women, and the urethra (urine canal) is the most common site of infection in men.
  4. The vagina is normally narrow (except around the cervix), but can stretch during intercourse and childbirth.
  5. The vagina is the muscular passageway between the uterus and the external genital area.

Anal Canal

  1. Condyloma acuminatum is located in the perianal region, anal canal, vagina and the perineum.
  2. Evidence is also accumulating for HPV involvement in a considerable proportion of cancers of the vulva, vagina, anal canal, perianal skin, and penis.
  3. Along the midline, the pelvic diaphragm has openings for the anal canal, urethra and vagina.

Lower Part

  1. Some lymphatic vessels from the lower part of the vagina join those of the vulva and pass to the superficial inguinal glands.

Pregnancy

  1. Hemorrhoids, a type of varicose vein, can appear during pregnancy around the anus or in the vagina.

Vaginal Delivery

  1. For example, Group B Streptococcus are found in the vagina of some expectant mothers and babies may be exposed to the bacteria during vaginal delivery.

Vaginal Infections

  1. For vaginal infections: Lactobacillus capsules or tablets may be inserted directly into the vagina.

Symptoms

  1. Some STIs cause symptoms such as an abnormal discharge from the penis or vagina, burning sensation when urinating and abdominal pain.
  2. The symptoms of a fistula may include frequent urinary tract infections, passing bubbles of gas with urine or passing gas from the vagina.
  3. Abnormal bleeding from the vagina and other symptoms may be caused by uterine sarcoma.

Vaginal Bleeding

  1. The most common symptom of cancer of the cervix or vagina is vaginal bleeding.

Epithelium

  1. On the vaginal surface of the cervix the epithelium is similar to that lining the vagina, viz., stratified squamous.
  2. At about the fifth or sixth month the lumen of the vagina is produced by the breaking down of the central cells of the epithelium.
  3. This epithelium is found in areas subjected to wear and tear and are easily regenerated in areas such as esophogus, mouth, and vagina (nonkeratinized).

Vestibule

  1. Bartholin's Glands [M0002187] Mucus-secreting glands situated on the posterior and lateral aspect of the vestibule of the vagina.

Gut Flora

  1. In humans they are present in the vagina and the gastrointestinal tract, where they are symbiotic and make up a small portion of the gut flora.

Natural Balance

  1. These internal cleansing techniques can actually harm an individual by upsetting the natural balance of the digestive tract and the vagina.

Tiny Tubes

  1. This fluid comes out of two tiny tubes next to the opening of the vagina.

Large Intestine

  1. Part of normal flora of the large intestine and vagina.
  2. Less commonly, a fistula can develop between the large intestine and the small intestine, uterus, vagina, abdominal wall, or even the thigh or chest.

Abdomen

  1. The uterus may be removed either through the abdomen or the vagina.

Antibiotics

  1. Most conventional treatments such as Antibiotics and Anti-fungals upset the natural balance of bacteria in your vagina.
  2. In women, who are pregnant or taking antibiotics, an infection of the vagina and vulva caused by a yeast like fungus Candida albicans, is common.

Normal Balance

  1. Since yeast is normally present and well-balanced in the vagina, infection occurs when something in a female's system upsets this normal balance.

Urinary Bladder

  1. Group B Streptococcus (GBS) are common bacteria which are often found in the vagina, rectum or urinary bladder of women.

Adjacent Structures

  1. A fistulous tract may also develop towards adjacent structures such as the bladder, vagina, small bowel and skin.

Structural Abnormality

  1. Structural abnormality of the vagina.

Natural Opening

  1. The scope is inserted through a natural opening, such as the mouth during a bronchoscopy, the rectum for a sigmoidoscopy, or the vagina for a cystoscopy.

Groin

  1. This virus causes painful warts to grow on the vagina, rectum, vulva, or groin.

Jock Itch

  1. Candid (Clotrimazole, Lotrimin) Used to treat yeast infections of the vagina, mouth, and skin such as athlete's foot, jock itch, and body ringworm.

Gallbladder

  1. In NOTES cases, surgeons use the vagina or mouth in patients to remove organs such as the gallbladder, kidney and appendix.
  2. Then, using specially designed instruments inserted through this opening, they removed the gallbladder through the vagina.

Fistula Formation

  1. The use of a cryoprobe in the vagina is not recommended because of the risk for vaginal perforation and fistula formation.

Pelvic Organs

  1. Anal cancer can spread locally and invade other pelvic organs such as the vagina, prostate gland, and bladder.

Doctor

  1. During colposcopy, the doctor uses a magnifying instrument to look at the vagina and cervix.
  2. During a colposcopy, the doctor uses a special device to see if warts are in the cervix and vagina.
  3. Your doctor will insert an instrument with smooth, curved blades (speculum) into your vagina.

Small Brush

  1. The doctor uses a wooden scraper or a small brush to collect a sample of cells from the cervix and upper vagina.

Body

  1. Rarely, melanomas can form in parts of the body not covered by skin such as the eyes, mouth, vagina, large intestine, and other internal organs.
  2. Doctors pass an endoscope through a natural opening in the body and then through an internal incision in the stomach, vagina, bladder or colon.
  3. The hepatitis B virus can enter the body through a break in the lining of the rectum, vagina, urethra, or mouth.

Narrow End

  1. The cervix is at the lower, narrow end of the uterus, and leads to the vagina.

Magnifying Lens

  1. COLPOSCOPY examination of the vagina and cervix through a colposcope, an instrument containing a magnifying lens that is inserted into the vagina.

Microscope

  1. The vagina and cervix may be biopsied during a colposcopy so that tissue samples can be examined under a microscope for abnormal cells.

Stage Iiib

  1. In stage IIIB, cancer has spread beyond the uterus and cervix, into the vagina.

Mucous Membranes

  1. Candida albicans fungus is also referred to as monilia, and is present in or near mucous membranes, such as the mouth, rectum, and vagina.
  2. Genus Hemophilus: Important pathogens that inhabit mucous membranes of upper respiratory tract, mouth, vagina, and intestinal tract.

Chlamydia

  1. Chlamydia - Look for signs of itching around the vagina, a yellow discharge, painful cracking and bleeding.
  2. Chlamydia can be diagnosed by taking a cotton swab sample of the cervix and vagina during the third trimester of the pregnancy.

Gonorrhea

  1. Gonorrhea is spread through contact with the penis, vagina, mouth, or anus.

Fornix

  1. Fornix uteri: The fornix of the uterus refers to the anterior (front) and posterior (back) recesses into which the upper vagina is divided.
  2. The fornix of the vagina in medical Latin is the fornix vaginae.

Pudendal Nerve

  1. Somatic sensation exists primarily in the distal one third of the vagina and is also carried by the pudendal nerve to the sacral spinal cord.
  2. Autonomic afferent fibers from the lower vagina leave the sacral spinal cord through the pudendal nerve.
  3. Autonomic efferent innervation to the lower vagina is carried through the pudendal nerve (S2, 3, 4) which reached the perineum through Alcocks canal.

Pelvic

  1. In a radical hysterectomy, the surgeon removes the uterus, cervix, surrounding tissue, upper vagina, and usually the and pelvic and para-aortic lymph nodes.

Pelvic Area

  1. Infections or inflammation in the vagina or pelvic area can also cause heavy bleeding.
  2. Pelvic Area of UG sinus will form the sinovaginal bulb, which in turn gives rise to the lumen of the vagina.

Mycoplasma Hominis

  1. Mycoplasma hominis is a strain of bacteria present in the vagina that is thought to be a cause of pelvic inflammatory disease.
  2. Mycoplasma hominis is a common inhabitant of the vagina and can cause infections of the female and male genital tracts.

Nose

  1. Mucous Membranes: Membranes that line the cavities and canals of the body and communicate with the air, i.e., inside the mouth, nose, vagina, etc.
  2. The membrane that lines passageways and cavities in the body that lead to the outside, such as the mouth, gastrointestinal tract, nose, vagina, and urethra.
  3. The flow of fluid from part of the body, such as from the nose or vagina.

Fallopian Tube

  1. A thin tube is used to thread a tiny spring-like device through the vagina and uterus into each fallopian tube.
  2. During copulation the cloaca or vagina gets inseminated, and then the spermatozoa move through chemotaxis to the ovum inside a Fallopian tube or the uterus.

Lactobacilli

  1. Lactobacilli are normal inhabitants of the human intestine and vagina.

Sperm

  1. Problems with the delivery of sperm from the penis into the vagina can result in infertility.
  2. Sperm of each ram was collected by means of an artificial vagina once per month from June to October 2007.

Semen

  1. He claimed that the foreskin prevented semen from reaching the vagina and so should be done as a way to increase the nation's population.
  2. Semen can be collected via masturbation, prostate massage, artificial vagina, and electroejaculation.

Pelvic Examination

  1. These sores are generally visible on the vulva, or vagina, but occasionally are inside the vagina and can only be found during a pelvic examination.

Categories

  1. Cervix
  2. Uterus
  3. Age > People > Men > Penis
  4. Anus
  5. Ovaries

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