subcostal


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subcostal

(sʌbˈkɒstəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy below the rib
Translations

sub·cos·tal

a. subcostal, debajo de las costillas.
References in classic literature ?
He says, "It is remarkable for having a sort of drum at the base of the fore wings, between the costal nervure and the subcostal.
During pregnancy, the rib cage undergoes structural changes in response to progressive relaxation of the ligamentous attachments of rib increasing the subcostal angle from 68[degrees] to 103[degrees].
In case of open cholecystectomy, the incisions followed are -right subcostal (Kocher's), right paramedian incision, horizontal incision, Mayo-Robson incision.
After initial resuscitation, the patient was operated upon, with a subcostal incision because of preoperative suspicion of gallbladder perforation.
Because of respiratory distress, manifested by nasal flaring, intercostal, subcostal and suprasternal retractions, a respiratory rate of 80 breaths per minute and cyanosis, heated humidified high-flow nasal cannula (HFNC) therapy was used in our intensive care unit to reduce the work of breathing.
Right ventricle was assessed in parasternal long axis, parasternal short axis, apical 4 chamber and subcostal views as defined by the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) Guidelines 2010.
Efficacy of the subcostal transversus abdominis plane block in laparoscopic cholecystectomy: Comparison with conventional port-site infiltration.
In the physical examination, a non-mobile and stiff mass that was approximately 30 cm along its longest axis and extended from the subcostal area to the inguinal region was detected on the right side of the abdomen.
A 10 mm trocar is placed between the umbilicus and the iliac crest, and a 5 mm trocar is placed in the middle of the left subcostal line (Figure 1).
The physical examination determined a body temperature of 39[degrees]C, tachypnoea, subcostal retraction, crepitant rales on auscultation of the lungs and anasarca-type oedema.
CuA2 vein joining A1 near wing base and didn't reaching wing margin, the vein subcostal reaching vein costal nearly in straight angle (fig7).