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《Sichuan Journal of Anatomy》 2014-01
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Applied Anatomy of Suporting Ligaments of Cervix Uteri in Radical Vaginal Hysterectomy

Fu Zemei;Wang Kunju;Chen Min;Lin Weiwei;Traditional Chinese medical hospital;Department of Anatomy,Hainan Medical College;  
Objective This survey was made to explore the vesicocervical ligament and provide anatomic basis for radicalvaginal hysterectomy.Methods A total of 16 female cadaveric hemi-pelvis were dissected from vagina to uterus.Results(1)The vesicocervical ligament linked the bladder to the cervix and the supravaginal portion,which can be divided into cervical part with the length of(2.10±0.85)cm and vaginal part of(1.70±0.61)cm;The length of thevesicocervical ligament was about(4.10±1.05)cm;The distance from ureter to the entrance of the uterine artery was about(2.14±0.40)cm.(2)The ureter went straight through cardinal ligament;The distance from ureter to the entrance of the cervix was about(1.71±0.22)cm(3)The utero sacral ligament was divided into three segments:the cervical portion,intermediate portion,and sacral portion.The distance from the ureter to utero sacral ligament was(0.82±0.50)cm,(2.42±0.81)cm,(4.00±0.71)cm in the cervical.Conclusion The dissection of the vesicocervical ligament is important during the radicalvaginal hysterectomy,which can protect ureters,uterine artery and other adjacent structures during the approach.
【Fund】: 海南省卫生厅基金(琼卫2009-51)
【CateGory Index】: R713
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