ischiorectal


ischiorectal
Relating to the ischium and the rectum.

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is·chio·rec·tal .is-kē-ō-'rek-təl adj of, relating to, or adjacent to both ischium and rectum <a pelvic \ischiorectal abscess>

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is·chio·rec·tal (is″ke-o-rekґtəl) pertaining to the ischium and rectum; see also ischioanal.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • Ischiorectal — Is chi*o*rec tal, a. [Ischium + rectal.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the region between the rectum and ishial tuberosity. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ischiorectal — adj. of or pertaining to the ischium and rectum (Anatomy) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ischiorectal — is·chio·rectal …   English syllables

  • ischiorectal — |iskē(ˌ)ō+ adjective : of, relating to, or adjacent to both ischium and rectum …   Useful english dictionary

  • ischiorectal abscess — an abscess in the space between the sheet of muscle that assists in control of the rectum (levator ani) and the pelvic bone. It may occur spontaneously, but is often secondary to an anal fissure, thrombosed haemorrhoids, or other disease of the… …   Medical dictionary

  • ischiorectal fascia — f. inferior diaphragmatis pelvis …   Medical dictionary

  • ischiorectal fossa — f. ischioanalis …   Medical dictionary

  • ischiorectal hernia — perineal h …   Medical dictionary

  • ischiorectal fossa — n. (Anatomy) space shaped as a triangle with its base in the direction of the perineum between the prominence of the ischium and the obturator muscle from the side and the outer anal sphincter and the levator muscle medially …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ischiorectal abscess — an abscess in the space between the sheet of muscle that assists in control of the rectum (levator ani) and the pelvic bone. It may occur spontaneously, but is often secondary to an anal fissure, thrombosed haemorrhoids, or other disease of the… …   The new mediacal dictionary


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