transabdominal


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transabdominal

a. transabdominal, a través del abdomen o de la pared abdominal.
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transabdominal

adj transabdominal
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One should see the great arteries originating from the left and right sides and crisscrossing each other by a transabdominal scan, or by a transvaginal scan if the transabdominal approach fails to show these features of the fetal heart.
Cope reported that two-thirds of the patients with life-threatening thoracic chylous fistula can be safely treated with percutaneous transabdominal embolization of the thoracic duct (8).
During the test, a small sample of cells will be removed from the placenta using one of two methods: | Transabdominal CVS - a needle is inserted through your tummy (this is the most common method used) | Transcervical CVS - a tube or small needle are inserted through the cervix.
Various methods of cervical imaging include transabdominal, translabial/transperineal, and transvaginal approaches7.
(6) A recent case series study suggested that transabdominal sonoelastography may be beneficial in further delineating surfaces, leading to more precise margin removal preoperatively.
we optimize transabdominal US imaging of the retroplacental-myometrial interface by applying minimal transducer pressure on the abdomen, minimizing image depth, and magnifying image display.
Transabdominal ultrasound (US) at 35-day posttransfer showed monochorionic triplets, each with a heartbeat [Figure 1]a.{Figure 1}
This two-volume set contains 232 chapters on various aspects of surgery and surgical techniques: perioperative care, basic surgical skills, and surgery of the head and neck, endocrine system, breast, chest, mediastinum, diaphragm, and gastrointestinal tract, as well as nongastrointestinal transabdominal surgery and vascular surgery.
All catheters were placed with Seldinger technique via transabdominal, transvaginal, transrectal, or transgluteal routes as previously described in the literature (3, 10, 17, 18).
In addition, evaluation of the defect by transabdominal palpation is hampered by the extensive edema surrounding the area.