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A broken neck involving a fracture of an upper cervical vertebra similar to the injury suffered in death by hanging. The fracture affects the vertebra called the axis, the second cervical vertebra (C2), with or without subluxation (slippage) of C2 on the third cervical vertebra (C3).
Subnormal sweating, less sweating than usual. Hidrosis meaning sweating, so hypohidrosis is literally undersweating.
Pertaining to hypohidrosis, too little sweating.
A procedure to see inside the uterus (the womb) using a viewing scope that is inserted into the vagina up through the cervix into the uterus.
A hysterosalpingogram imaging test that is used to examine the cavity of the uterus and Fallopian tubes. In a hysterosalpingogram, dye (called contrast material) is injected through a tube inserted through the vaginal into the uterus. A series of x-ray pictures are taken as the dye moves through the uterine cavity and out through the […]
Removal of the uterus through a surgical incision, not of the abdomen but, within the vagina. With a vaginal hysterectomy, the scar is not outwardly visible. A vaginal hysterectomy is in contrast to an abdominal hysterectomy.
Complete surgical removal of the uterus including the cervix. Also known as complete ‘hysterectomy.
The uterus is surgically removed but the cervix is left is left in place. Also called a partial hysterectomy or supracervical hysterectomy.