Abdominal Organs

Abdominal Organs

A generic term for the hollow and solid organs within the abdominal cavity, located below the diaphragm, but not including the pelvic tissues—e.g., the uterus and adnexae, urinary bladder and rectosigmoid colon.
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The gentle massage addresses the position and health of the pelvic and abdominal organs and improves organ function.
The condition, known as an omphalocele, is a birth defect in which the fetus' intestines and other abdominal organs stick out from the belly button.
The one-year-olds have both battled through intricate operations, after being born with abdominal organs on the outside of their bodies.
A diaphragmatic hernia means part of the muscle separating the abdominal organs from the lungs is missing.
A five-year-old girl who received five abdominal organs in an operation performed at Ostra Hospital in Gothenburg, Sweden was in critical but stable condition following surgery October 8.
Since there was no direct access to the thoracic or abdominal cavities, instruments were inserted through incisions made in the chest wall or abdomen, enabling operators to examine the lungs directly and to carry our surgical procedures (thoracoscopy), or to examine the liver and other abdominal organs (peritoneoscopy: looking within the peritoneal cavity).
If necessary, issue a prescription for glasses, review of therapist with history taking and general health status, performing and reading electrocardiogram recording of circulatory diseases, blood pressure and pulse; ultrasonography (ultrasound) of abdominal organs and breast cancer - in women, laboratory tests - CBC, blood sugar, cholesterol.
FDA clearance for our thoracic technology platform and expand into the abdominal organs," said Mr.
His death was due to bleeding caused by the severing of his femoral artery and injuries to his abdominal organs.
We are now able to bring the advantages of such guidance to the liver, kidney and other abdominal organs.
Ultrasound / ultrasound / abdominal organs and the mammary glands in women.
In theatre Mr Ravi found there was an extensive lack of blood supply to abdominal organs, including the stomach, liver and the small and large bowel.