adnexa


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accessory or adjoining anatomical parts or appendages to an organ (especially of the embryo)

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Examinations done between 1 and 4 months of age include inspection of the eye and adnexa, red reflex examination, Hirschberg test, and pupillary light reflex test.
Cervix was painful on palpation and motion, uterus anteflexed, small, right adnexa unsuspecting, tender left adnexa.
Epidermoid cysts are layered with epithelium, while dermoid cysts contain skin adnexa and hair [2, 4, 5].
Round ligament fibroids occur in the extraperitoneal portion of the ligament and are mostly seen to the right of the adnexa for still unknown reasons.
(A) Transvaginal pelvic ultrasound of the left adnexa demonstrates an oval hypoechoic cyst (long arrow) separate from the adjacent ovary (short arrow).
Tumours of skin, adnexa and lacrimal gland tumours also were seen rarely.
The ultrasonography revealed a 5 cm cystic mass in the left adnexa with an internal echo suggesting of an endometrioma.
The top three malignancies amongst adult females were: breast cancer , ovary and uterine adnexa, and lip and oral cavity.
Diffuse mesenteric enhancement in the left upper quadrant suspicious for carcinomatosis (a) and multiloculated cystic mass adjacent to the right adnexa suspicious for ovarian neoplasm (b).
While the benefits of conservative surgery appear to outweigh the theoretical surgical risks of detorsion, irreversible ischemic damage to the adnexa can occur and may lead to infection if a necrotic ovary is retained.
(v) Computed tomography (to exclude other related diseases): a mixed-density mass, sized approximately 4 x 4 (cm), with calcifications but with a discontinuous border over the left adnexa, and diffused abdominal ascites with mesentery edema; the findings were compatible with clinical suspicion of a ruptured teratoma caused by puncture (of a teratoma) during TVOR (Figure 1).
Margo, "Patterns of emergency department visits for disorders of the eye and ocular adnexa," Archives of Ophthalmology, vol.
[1] Tumors of the eye and ocular adnexa comprise a small percentage of the total malignancies diagnosed and treated yearly.
They cover orbits, lids, and adnexa; overview of the eye; anterior segment; posterior segment; embryology of the eye and orbit; and ocular anatomy by optical coherence tomography.
Transvaginal sonography, a kind of intracavity examination, can clearly display the location and condition of lesions as well as the fine structure and characteristics of uterine cavity and adnexa area by diving a high-frequency probe into vagina and moreover it is free from the influence of obesity, pneumatosis and insufficient filling of bladder.