intraabdominal


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intraabdominal, intra-abdominal

adj intraabdominal or intra-abdominal
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An intraabdominal malignancy can spread to omentum or peritoneum of the hernial sac by direct contiguity or by transcoelomic implantation.
Open appendectomy becomes cost effective for the patient only when the intraabdominal abscess rate associated with the laparoscopic procedure is at least 17%, he said.
This hammock serves to stabilize and support the urethra in its normal anatomic position, which in turn allows the urethra to withstand increased intraabdominal pressure while limiting urethral descent, the ob.
The usefulness and efficacy of laparoscopy as a preoperative tool for diagnosis, evaluation, staging and assessment of intraabdominal malignancy are the areas which need evaluation and assessment in order to standardise the procedure and bring in into more regular use.
Partial treatment by oral antibiotics may mask the presence of an intraabdominal abscess.
LOS ANGELES -- A number of factors, including the timing and length of surgery, greatly influence outcomes associated with intraabdominal surgery during pregnancy, a retrospective analysis of 59 cases revealed.
The patients typically presented with an intraabdominal adnexal mass and a palpable tumor apparent on physical examination.
The era of laparoscopic cholecystectomy has reduced mortality, cardiovascular morbidity, and stays in the hospital or ICU for patients with gangrenous cholecystitis but bus increased the rate of intraabdominal abscesses and bile leaks, reported Dr.
If we let [the mother] go with her instinct, she's going to do a much better job of coordinating her intraabdominal and intrathoracic pressures to make a more forceful push.
Case report: We report the case of a middle-aged patient who sustained hemorrhagic shock secondary to a traffic accident-induced severe intraabdominal injury, followed by prolonged exposure to a cold and wet environment.
TANGO-2 is a multi-center, randomised, open-label Phase III clinical trial of meropenem-vaborbactam versus "best available therapy" in patients with serious infections (complicated urinary tract infections, bacteremia, hospital-acquired or ventilator-associated bacterial pneumonia, and complicated intraabdominal infections) suspected or documented to be caused by CRE.
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