cervix uteri cervix u·ter·i (yōō'tə-rī')
The lower part of the uterus extending from the isthmus of the uterus into the vagina; neck of uterus; neck of womb.
In women infection of the cervix uteri occurs in about 80 per cent.
Six years later she came under my observation with a large granulating and bleeding growth on the cervix uteri.
The patient had been under our care for inflammation of the cervix uteri.
After dilation of the cervix uteri a hollow tube was put in to keep it open.
Cancers of the cervix uteri are always malignant and cause death if they are not removed before they have gone on to metastasis.