Translation of pelvic in Spanish:


pélvico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpɛlvɪk//ˈpɛlvɪk/


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    • Sometimes it takes a year or two for nerves or blood vessels in your pelvic area to heal.
    • The anatomical location of the pelvic blood vessels puts them at risk for injury during hip surgery.
    • To confirm the diagnosis, she had computed tomography of the abdomen, which showed extensive ascites but no obvious abdominal or pelvic mass.
    • These veins anastomose freely with neighboring lumbar, pelvic, and rectal veins.
    • Ovarian or pelvic irradiation with or without treatment with alkylating agents may adversely affect female fertility and pregnancy outcome.
    • No malignant cells were found in the lymph nodes, omentum, or pelvic washings.
    • Together they made significant contributions to the study of abdominal and pelvic viscera, vascular anatomy, and neuroanatomy.
    • These could be the testicles, the pelvic lymph glands and the skeleton.
    • The bladder is a hollow, muscular organ situated deep in the pelvic cavity behind the ureter tubes.
    • The middle sacral artery may also provide a renal artery in cases of pelvic kidney.
    • The laparoscope can be moved around within the abdominal or pelvic cavity to give several different views.
    • In contrast, benign pelvic lymph nodes averaged 1.7 cm in their greatest dimension.
    • There was no extension into the endometrial cavity, nor into the pelvic peritoneum.
    • Injury after childbirth usually involves all the pelvic floor and pelvic organ supports, although sometimes only one organ may prolapse.
    • Diagnosis may not be obvious if pelvic involvement precedes active bowel disease, or if drainage is clear or mucoid.
    • In many centres, especially in Europe, gynaecologists do not perform lymphadenectomy when pelvic lymph nodes are not suspicious.
    • The rectal shelf, representing pelvic metastasis of an intra-abdominal malignancy.
    • There was no significant lymphadenopathy of the pelvic and retroperitoneal lymph nodes.
    • In some cases, it splits into two vessels, one of which remains in the pelvis to supply pelvic viscera.
    • People having abdominal, pelvic, or brain scans may be given special instructions in advance about eating and drinking.