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FEMALE URETHRA – ANATOMO-CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS
C. Zanoschi 1, R. Moldovanu 2

1 Institute of Human Anatomy
2 First Surgical Clinic „St. Spiridon” Hospital Iasi
University of Medicine and Pharmacy „Gr.T. Popa” Iasi
Jurnalul de chirurgie 2006; 2 (1):98-106
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Abstract:

Urethra represents the last segment of the urinary tract. We present a comprehensive account of the female urethral anatomy, including its component structures, neurovascular supply, relationship to adjacent structures (the vagina, bladder and vestibular glands, and connective tissue supports) and histology.

These data are important because the distal segment of the female urethra is implicated in the mechanism of urinary continence (female stress urinary incontinence is thought to result from impairment of the connective tissue ligaments of the urethra).

That why, the surgical repair of female incontinence must involves fixation of the urethra to the pubic bone or other surrounding structures.
 
KEYWORDS: FEMALE URETHRA, ANATOMY, URINARY INCONTINENCE

Correspondence: C. Zanoschi, MD, PhD. Institute of Human Anatomy, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi, Independentei Str. No. 1, Iasi, Romania



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