abdominal wall

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Noun1.abdominal wall - a wall of the abdomenabdominal wall - a wall of the abdomen    
abdomen, belly, stomach, venter - the region of the body of a vertebrate between the thorax and the pelvis
paries, wall - (anatomy) a layer (a lining or membrane) that encloses a structure; "stomach walls"
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Landmarks of the anterior abdominal wall during laparoscopic visualization can also guide placement of secondary ports.
Abscess of the anterior abdominal wall developing as a result of direct invasion and perforation of the colon by cancer has been rarely described [5-7].
A 7-cm abscess connected with gas extending the length of the penis, into the scrotum and up the anterior abdominal wall to above the pubic symphysis (Fig.
Computed tomography (CT) of the chest and abdomen demonstrated an irregular soft-tissue mass extending from the urinary bladder dome to the umbilicus, with localised infiltration of the anterior abdominal wall and cutaneous surface (Fig.
There were extensive adhesions between the liver and anterior abdominal wall. These adhesions were lysed using the electrocautery and Endo Shears.
Many women with extensive endometriosis have had multiple abdominal incision laparotomies that result in adhesions of small bowel stuck to the undersurface of the anterior abdominal wall. Thus, the first part of many endometriosis operations is to release small-bowel adhesions from the anterior abdominal wall in order to see the pelvic organs.
A computed tomogram (CT) of the chest performed to evaluate for pulmonary embolism and to characterize the abnormal findings on chest radiograph, revealed an inverted liver with suprahepatic gallbladder displaced toward the anterior abdominal wall without eventration (Figures 2-4).
Parietal peritoneum covering the anterior abdominal wall is reflected posteriorly in the inguinal canal and it is known as visceral sac.
Rectus sheath block was first described by Schleich in 1899 as a means of providing anterior abdominal wall relaxation in adults (1).
It abutted the liver, the anterior abdominal wall, and the pancreas but did not appear to originate from any of these structures.
Caption: Figure 2: Anterior abdominal wall gangrene with complete wound dehiscence.
The vascular anatomy of the lower anterior abdominal wall: a microdissection study on the deep inferior epigastric vessels and the perforator branches.

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