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intraabdominal, intra-abdominal

adj intraabdominal or intra-abdominal
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The source of candidemia was considered to be intraabdominal if the patient had undergone abdominal surgery or had gastrointestinal graft-versus-host disease, peritonitis, cholecystitis, or cholangitis.
Paraesophageal hiatal hernias causing fistulas can occur after laparoscopic procedures secondary to increased intraabdominal pressures, extensive esophageal dissection, and failure to close the hiatus (2, 10).
However, this approach may be challenging in patients with SIT due to the unusual localization of the intraabdominal organs.
Urethra repositioning or stabilization of the urethra and bladder neck through creation of retropubic support that is impervious to intraabdominal pressure changes.
No symptoms of bowel obstruction or other intraabdominal disease were present.
One of the first reported and most well known cases of cutaneous metastases to the skin, which occurred in a patient with advanced intraabdominal malignancy, was that of a palpable metastatic nodule at the umbilicus.
Dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) was used to measure body fat and lean mass, and CT was used to measure the areas of subcutaneous fat, intraabdominal fat, and thigh muscle.
It is mandatory and in the interest of justice for a qualified physicist or biomechanician to perform the appropriate tests, quantifying the potential forces required to cause Nikki's intraabdominal injuries," he wrote.
He has been a pioneer in the use of prebiotics and probiotics for chronic liver disease, decreasing the incidence of infections in patients undergoing surgery for intraabdominal malignancies, and reducing infection, intensive care unit days, need for mechanical ventilation, and mortality in patients with severe multiple trauma.
Pelvik ultrasonografide intraabdominal mu11erian yapilara ait gorunum izlenmedi.
Abdominal USG examination showed renal enlargement, significant corticomedullary separation, and elevated intraabdominal fluid.
Between January 2008 to July 2009, ten charts of patients who had been receiving OAC for prosthetic heart valves and treated surgically for intraabdominal hemorrhage as a result of ruptured corpus luteum were analyzed retrospectively.
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