intraperitoneal


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intraperitoneal

(ˌɪntrəˌpɛrɪˈtəʊnɪəl)
adj
(Medicine) med located within, or administered through, the cavity of the peritoneum
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The aim of intraperitoneal administration is to achieve high localized drug levels within the peritoneal cavity and attenuate the spread of resident tumor initiator cells.
National Cancer Institute, NCI Clinical Announcement: Intraperitoneal chemotherapy for ovarian cancer, Bethesda MD: NCI, January 6, 2006.
While studies have attempted to explain the exact molecular mechanism in support of intraperitoneal lavage with sterile water, its benefit is controversial.
Although pneumoperitoneum is most commonly discovered on radiography, CT has a higher sensitivity for demonstrating the presence of free intraperitoneal gas versus conventional radiography, 92% vs.
No one argues that intraperitoneal morcellation of a known malignancy should be avoided.
The proposed mechanism is the large volume fluid removal, which results in a rapid drop in intraperitoneal pressure.
The visualisation of the football sign is indicative of a large amount of intraperitoneal air relative to the patient size, while Rigler's sign can be seen with a small amount of intraperitoneal air and is a more sensitive sign for early pneumoperitoneum.
We therefore aimed to compare the use of intraperitoneal dexamethasone, piroxicam and sterile aloe vera extract in the prevention of postoperative adhesion formation.
Although the aetiology of APC remains elusive, the consistent histological presence of inflammatory cells in the pseudocyst wall suggests that APC result from a reaction of intraperitoneal structures to either the presence of the catheter or the CSF.
Algunos estudios no han encontrado relacion entre una mayor PIA y la tolerancia al volumen intraperitoneal valorada a traves de cuestionarios de molestias abdominales (6,7,8).