infradiaphragmatic

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Related to subdiaphragmatic: subdiaphragmatic abscess, subdiaphragmatic pain
Translations

in·fra·di·a·phrag·mat·ic

a. infradiafragmático-a, localizado debajo del diafragma.
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Fat within the subdiaphragmatic space or the ligamentum teres.
When administered intravenously (iv) to rats, dipyrone delayed GE of a liquid meal (saline) (21,22), an effect that was abolished by electrolytic lesion of the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus and subdiaphragmatic vagotomy (21) and that depended on capsaicin-sensitive afferent fibers (23).
Endometrial cells in the peritoneal cavity reach the right subdiaphragmatic area via the right paracolic gutter and the preferential site of implantations is peritoneal area close to the posterosuperior tendinous portion of the right diaphragm (6, 34).
Instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), including training in subdiaphragmatic abdominal thrust (also known as the "Heimlich Maneuver"), may be an acceptable activity if it meets the standards of quality of either the American Heart Association (AHA) or the American Red Cross (ARC) or can be shown to be of equivalent quality.
Surgical resection is the only recommended treatment for symptomatic pulmonary sequestrations and even in asymptomatic (especially IPS and subdiaphragmatic EPS) cases because of the risk of pulmonary infection, haemorrhage and malignant transformation.
There were no signs of free gas in the subdiaphragmatic space and meteoristic bowel without aeroliquid levels was seen.
Air-fluid level or subdiaphragmatic air was not observed (Figure 1).
5% of Bupivacaine under vision of video camera into bed of gall bladder, right subdiaphragmatic and open surgical field through trocar.
Keywords: Bicycle ergometer, Sestamibi, Subdiaphragmatic activity, Adenosine, Myocardial perfusion, Scintigraphy, Electrocardiogram.
Findings such as hydrothorax, pneumothorax, hydropneumothorax, pneumomediastinum, subcutaneous emphysema, mediastinal expansion, subdiaphragmatic air, foreign body, and retrotracheal expansion may be found (11, 12).
The most frequent sites were subdiaphragmatic nodes, lungs, liver, and local relapse or contralateral kidney (Table 3).