Subserous


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Sub`se´rous


a.1.(Anat.) Situated under a serous membrane.
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Those excluded were patients who had contraindications for levonorgestrel intrauterine system and norethisterone use; pregnancy; post-menopausal bleeding; uterine neoplastic disease; patients with concomitant use of medications that could influence the study objectives including sex steroids, any treatment for menorrhagia (including tranexamic acid and NSAIDs); patients who had intramural or subserous fibroids of mean diameter > 4cm or submucous fibroids, adenomyosis, or endometrial abnormalities; and those with coagulation disorders, liver disease or pelvic inflammatory disease.
The consistent viewpoint arising from the earlier work is that submucous myomas, intramural myomas, and subserous myomas all adversely affect fertility.
The appendix is located posteromedial to the caecum, but its location may be different in the presence of subserous parts.
The most likely possible differential diagnoses were: urachal cyst, degenerated pedunculated subserous fibroid, peritoneal inclusion cyst, and ovarian dermoid cyst.
According to the TNM classification, only in one case did the tumor infiltrate the submucosa (pT1), in 4 cases- the muscular layer and in 43 cases reached the subserous tissue.
Reproductive outcome before and after laparoscopic or abdominal myomectomy for subserous or intramural myomas.
We subclassified leiomyomas based on the location and noted that the most common ones were either subserous or intramural (93.
The advanced GBCs were grouped according to pT stage (infiltration level) as subserous (pT2) and serous (pT3), using the TNM staging system for gallbladder cancer (American Joint Committee on Cancer, 7th edition).
Value of dynamic enhanced magnetic resonance imaging for distinguishing between ovarian fibroma and subserous uterine leiomyoma.
During the laparotomy it was removed a giant subserous leiomyoma going beyond the small pelvis as far as abdominal cavity.
When the myometrial walls of the uterus are separated with saline, endometrial visualization is enhanced, which both allows the location of various focal endometrial abnormalities to be discerned and improves the physician's ability to decide whether the fibroid is submucosal, impinging, intramural, or subserous.
In the proventriculus, crop, gizzard, and small intestine, intramural or subserous nerve plexus and ganglia had positive results.