(Latin: originally, "sheath, scabbard, the husk of grain"; in medical science, the vagina or lowest part of the female genital tract, the canal that leads from the vulva to the uterus)
Relating to the vagina and the abdomen.
A radiogram of the vagina.
The radiography (x-ray) of the vagina using a contrast agent.
Any diseased condition of the vagina.
Relating to or involving the vagina and perineum.
Division of the posterior aspect of the vagina and adjacent portion of the perineum to facilitate childbirth.
A vaginal speculum with an instrument for opening or distending a body orifice or cavity to permit visual medical inspection.