uterine cavity n.
The space within the uterus extending from the cervical canal to the openings of the uterine tubes.
It is probable that the first of these needful conditions is, in normal labors, happily wanting in the uterine cavity.
The direction and length of the uterine cavity is ascertained by passing the sound.
In some instances the cancerous mass will expand the uterine cavity and lead to thinning of the walls as in Fig. 19.
The instrument is then passed into the uterine cavity and the noose pushed over the tumour up along the pedicle.
Unless the infection—and this is not the rule, but the exception—proceeds from the uterine cavity, they are unnecessary.