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 Übersetzung für 'Cervix' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a cervix | cervixes / cervices
SYNO cervix | cervix uteri | neck | ...
anat.
cervix [of uterus]
Gebärmutterhals {m}
196
anat.
cervix
Muttermund {m}
52
anat.
cervix
Zervix {f}
13
anat.
cervix
Cervix {f}
6
2 Wörter
med.
cervix cancer
Gebärmutterhalskrebs {m}
biol.
cervix mucus
Gebärmutterhalsschleim {m}
anat.
uterine cervix [Cervix uteri]
Gebärmutterhals {m}
4 Wörter
med.
amputation of the cervix
Zervixamputation {f}
med.
amputation of the cervix
Portioamputation {f} [Zervixamputation]
med.
cancer of the cervix
Gebärmutterhalskrebs {m}
anat.
cervix of the tooth [Cervix dentis]
Zahnhals {m}
med.
conization of the cervix
Zervixkonisation {f}
5+ Wörter
med.
rigidity of the uterine cervix
Muttermundrigidität {f}
med.
spasm of the uterine cervix
Muttermundspasmus {m}
anat.med.
vaginal portion of the cervix [Portio vaginalis uteri]
Scheidenteil {m} der Gebärmutter
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Upon application of pressure to the internal end of the cervix, oxytocin is released (therefore increase in contractile proteins), which stimulates uterine contractions, which in turn increases pressure on the cervix (thereby increasing oxytocin release, etc.), until the baby is delivered.
  • The uterine arteries reach the margins of the cervix in this fibrous tissue, while on either side the ureter runs downward and forward in it at a distance of about 2 cm. from the cervix.
  • Cox was diagnosed with cancer of the cervix at the age of 30. The surgery was successful but it left her cervix so damaged that doctors said she would probably never have a baby.
  • After menstruation and directly under the influence of estrogen, the cervix undergoes a series of changes in position and texture.
  • A Foley catheter can also be used to ripen the cervix during induction of labor.

  • Transgender women who have not had bottom surgery have no risk of cervical cancer, as they do not have a cervix.
  • Prior to and during delivery, bleeding can occur from tears in the cervix, vagina, or perineum, sudden placental detachment (placental abruption) and placental attachment over the cervix (placenta previa), and uterine rupture.
  • In the cervix, alkaline mucus has been shown to possess bactericidal properties to protect the cervix, uterus, peritoneal cavity, and vagina from microbes.
  • The septum separating both endometrial cavities is thin and may descend into the cervix of the vagina.
  • Obstetric sonography is useful in the assessment of the cervix in women at risk for premature birth.

  • Osmotic dilators, natural or synthetic rods that absorb moisture from the cervix, are placed in the cervix and mechanically dilate the cervix over the course of hours to days.
  • A tunnel cluster, more formally tunnel cluster of the cervix and cervical tunnel cluster, is a benign group of dilated endocervical glands in the cervix.
  • Glassy cell carcinoma of the cervix, also glassy cell carcinoma, is a rare aggressive malignant tumour of the uterine cervix.
  • The anterior section of the cervix is nearly always the last part of the woman's cervix to be finally taken up into the lower segment of the uterus.
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