(Greek: around, enclosing, surrounding, about, near, close; often used as a prefix)
rectoperineal (adjective) (not comparable)
Relating to the rectum and perineum: While at the gynaecologist's, Meg was told that she had a rectoperineal fistula which was between her vagina and anus.
Relating to the sternum and the pericardium.
Relating to a surgical procedure in which adhesions are induced between two parts of the peritoneal surface (smooth serous membrane, delicate membranes of connective tissue, that line the internal cavities of the abdomen or other parts of the body) which are not normally attached.
Relating to the urethra and the perineum.
Relating to the urethra, perineum, and the scrotum.
vaginiperineotomy, paravaginal incision
Incision of the vagina and perineum in order to secure enlargement of the vulvovaginal outlet, and thereby permit easy access to the vagina in cancer operations and, rarely, to facilitate childbirth.
Relating to or involving the vagina and perineum.
Plastic surgery of the perineum involving the vagina.
Repair of a lacerated vagina and perineum.
Division of the posterior aspect of the vagina and adjacent portion of the perineum to facilitate childbirth.
visceroperitoneal (adjective), more visceroperitoneal, most visceroperitoneal
Pertaining to the serous (fluid or discharge) membrane lining the abdominopelvic walls: The severe visceroperitoneal inflammation of the patient's abdomen and lower pelvic area was very painful.