Pleuroperitoneal


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Pleu`ro`per`i`to`ne´al


a.1.(Anat.) Of or pertaining to the pleural and peritoneal membranes or cavities, or to the pleuroperitoneum.
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This procedure is generally more preferred than the invasive surgical repair of the pleuroperitoneal fistula via thoracotomy.
2,4 Defective development or delayed closure of the pleuroperitoneal membrane was suggested as another factor.
Es una complicacion seria y poco frecuente que generalmente ocasiona el abandono de la tecnica, aunque la realizacion de pleurodesis quimica con sustancias esclerosantes (talco, tetraciclinas, sangre) puede ser un tratamiento eficaz para resolver la comunicacion pleuroperitoneal.
Several theories have been proposed to explain the development of ectopic liver at different sites: development of an accessory lobe of the liver with atrophy or regression of the original connection to the main liver, (4) migration or displacement of a portion of the cranial part (Pars hepatica) of the liver bud to other sites, (6) dorsal budding of hepatic tissue before the closing of the pleuroperitoneal canal (may explain how EL develops in the thoracic cavity such as esophagus, pericardium, intra pleural or extra pleural), (7) trapping of hepatocyte-destined mesenchyma in different areas (8) and entrapment of nests of cells in the region of the foregut following closure of the diaphragm or umbilical ring.
La enfermedad pulmonar se puede beneficiar de medidas de higiene broncopulmonar (drenaje postural), corticoides inhalados y antibioticos en las reagudizaciones, toracocentesis, pleurodesis o derivacion pleuroperitoneal para el control de los derrames pleurales.
It mainly develops from the four components; septum transversum, pleuroperitoneal membranes, dorsal mesentery of the esophagus and muscular ingrowth from the lateral body walls.
1,3] The reasons postulated for these observations are the earlier closure of the pleuroperitoneal canal on the right side than on the left, and the protective effect of the liver on the right diaphragm.
Se debe sospechar los pacientes portadores de enfisema pulmonar o con bulas enfisematosas y en aquellos con defectos congenitos diafragmaticos, como el hiatus pleuroperitoneal, hiatus esofagico y otros, que permitieron el paso del dioxido de carbono a la pleura.
It is more common on the left side as the right pleuroperitoneal canal closes earlier than the left (4).
Konjenital ya da travma sonucu veya pleuroperitoneal zarin gelisimsel bozuklugu sonucu olusan diyafram hernileri ile iliskili olabilir.