gravid uterus

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grav·id u·ter·us

n. útero grávido, condición del útero durante el embarazo.
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Peritoneal findings may be less prominent than in non-pregnant women, because the gravid uterus lifts and stretches the anterior abdominal wall away from the inflamed appendix.
Enlarged gravid uterus compressed the ruptured artery and prevented heavier bleeding.
Cephalad spread of local anesthetic in the cerebrospinal fluid and compression of the aorta/vena cava by the gravid uterus usually contribute to hypotension, and are influenced by the participants' position during and just after the administration of spinal anesthesia.
Renal ultrasound was therefore performed, and it revealed right ureteral tapering between the gravid uterus and right iliac artery with no right ureteral jet visualized.
The gravid uterus persisted in the abdominal cavity after removing at the 30th week of gestation because it became larger.
Thus, the mechanical effects of gravid uterus cause relatively little change in pulmonary mechanics.
But after that, the lateral decubitus position is best because it keeps the gravid uterus from compressing the great vessels.
(2010) reported intestines and omentum were the hernia contents and hernia of gravid uterus in crossbred cow was reported by Choudary et al.
Often, intra-abdominal pathology in pregnancy can be masked by maternal physiologic and anatomic changes including leukocytosis, displacement of abdominal organs by a gravid uterus, nausea and vomiting, and a difficult physical exam.
Abdominal examination revealed a gravid uterus at around 31 weeks of gestation, mild epigastric tenderness, and mass from midline to right flank.
Pressure from the growing fetus and gravid uterus ranges from mild to moderate reduction in venous return and concomitant increase in lower extremity venous pressures.
The large size and weight of the two ovarian masses (57.2kg) may have caused mechanical interference with pyloric drainage and intestinal flow, resulting in the necropsy findings of slight abomasal impaction and mucus in the large bowel, since the gravid uterus and the masses may have pushed the abomasum cranially and may have interfered with physiological motility, resulting in a partial obstruction (CAMARA et al., 2009).