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Meaning Relating to the vagina
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Origin Latin (vāgīna), sheath, scabbard
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ven-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the veins, venous blood, and the vascular system Latin (vēna), blood-vessel, vein Venule, Venospasm
varic(o)-
Medical Terminology: swollen or twisted vein Latin varix varicose
ventr(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the belly; the stomach cavities Latin (venter), the belly, the stomach; the womb Ventrodorsal
vesic(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the bladder Latin (vēsīca), bladder; blister vesical arteries
vasculo-
Medical Terminology: blood vessel Latin vāsculum
viscer(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the internal organs, the viscera Latin (viscus, pl. viscera), internal organ(s) Viscera
ventricul(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the ventricles; any hollow region inside an organ Latin (venter), the ventricles of the heart, the ventricles of the brain Cardiac ventriculography
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Medical Terminology: turning Latin versiō anteversion, retroversion
vas(o)-
Medical Terminology: duct, blood vessel Latin vasoconstriction

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T83721A
ICD 10 Code: S00 - T88 Exposure of implanted vaginal mesh into vagina, initial encounter S00 - T88 Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes
N815
ICD 10 Code: N00 - N99 Vaginal enterocele N00 - N99 Diseases of the genitourinary system
Irrigating fluid (vaginal) - eye
Table of Drugs: T49.5X1 T49.5X2 T49.5X3 T49.5X4 T49.5X5
T83721D
ICD 10 Code: S00 - T88 Exposure of implanted vaginal mesh into vagina, subsequent encounter S00 - T88 Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes
vagin-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the vagina Latin (vāgīna), sheath, scabbard Vagina
Vaginal contraceptives
Table of Drugs: T49.8X1 T49.8X2 T49.8X3 T49.8X4 T49.8X5
Irrigating fluid (vaginal)
Table of Drugs: T49.8X1 T49.8X2 T49.8X3 T49.8X4 T49.8X5
Contraceptive (oral) - vaginal
Table of Drugs: T49.8X1 T49.8X2 T49.8X3 T49.8X4 T49.8X5
J7303
HCPCS Code: Contraceptive vaginal ring Contraceptive supply, hormone containing vaginal ring, each
T83721S
ICD 10 Code: S00 - T88 Exposure of implanted vaginal mesh into vagina, sequela S00 - T88 Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes