A hernial tumor whose contents are intestine.
Internal hernia condition in which the small intestine is misplaced between the rectum and vagina
condition caused by weakened muscles in the pelvis in which a portion of the intestines bulges into the top of the vagina.
Prolapse of the small intestine through the top of the vagina.
condition in which the small intestine protrudes into the vagina
Small intestine herniating through a defect in the Apex of the vagina.
Herniation of small intestine in to the cul-de-sac, usually accompanied by and sometimes confused with rectocele.
A true herniation into the top of the vagina. This results from loops of small bowel herniating through a fascia tear into the space between the pelvic fascia and the vaginal wall.
An enterocele is a true hernia of small intestines into the vaginal space, usually between the rectum and uterus or bladder if uterus was removed.
A bulging of the pouch of Douglas into the posterior vaginal wall.
Dropping (herniation) or bulging of the bowel into the vagina or out of the anus.
hernia in the intestine. See also hernia.
Herniation of small bowel into vagina
Bulging of the intestine into the upper part of the vagina.
Occurs when the colon and/or small bowel herniate into the upper part of the vaginal wall. Also called herniation of the colon and small bowel.