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By Jean Noel Buy, Michel Ghossain

ISBN-10: 3642310117

ISBN-13: 9783642310119

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ISBN-13: 9783642310126

This e-book presents a close advisor to the use and interpretation of colour Doppler ultrasound, CT, and MR imaging in sufferers with gynecological problems. the benefits and barriers of every modality in imaging diverse pathologies are truly awarded, and recommendation is equipped at the fabulous alternative while ultrasound doesn't allow a distinct prognosis or fails to figure out definitely the right extension of a lesion. all through, emphasis is put on the significance of microscopic and macroscopic findings for a whole knowing of the radiological appearances, and correct issues from the elemental sciences also are highlighted. precise cognizance is paid to problems with differential analysis and imaging effects which are attribute of a selected form of lesion. The authors are famous specialists within the box who draw upon their enormous adventure to supply an up to date reference booklet hugely appropriate to daily scientific perform.

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The bottom is at the level of the inferior border of the posterior lip of the cervix. The posterior leaf reflects over the anterior and lateral borders of the rectum until the rectosigmoid junction. The lateral parts (called the ring of Waldeyer) are arciform heightened by the subperitoneal uterosacral ligaments. Ligaments 1. Round Ligament (Fig. 1) As the ovarian ligament with which it is continuous, the round ligament is issued from the gubernaculum of the embryo (see Chap. 1). Near the uterus, it contains much smooth muscle, which progressively diminishes until the terminal part which is purely fibrous 1.

Round ligament (brown arrow). (b1) Same section (DMR, arterial phase): left ovarian artery (white arrow) and intraovarian branches (blue arrow), tubal arteries (red arrows). (c) Section (axial T2) through both adnexa (green landmark). Left infundibulopelvic ligament containing the ovarian artery (yellow arrow). Extraperitoneal space (between white arrows), retroperitoneal space (between black arrows). Round ligament (brown arrow). (c1) Section (DMR, arterial phase): left ovarian artery (white arrow) and intraovarian branches (green arrow), lateral tubal artery (red arrow).

1) (See Chap. 34) Definition: Anatomical compartment of the perineum situated below the superficial perineal space of the anterior genital triangle limited by: • Deeply: the superficial perineal fascia • Superficially: the skin • In fact this anatomical space contains two types of anatomical structures: structures which entirely belong to this space (labial formations, vestibule), structures which belong to the superficial perineal space (bulbs of the vestibule) or both (clitoris) It contains: 1.

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