abdominal adhesions

abdominal adhesions

The presence of intra-abdominal fibrous scarring secondary to surgery, C-sections, chronic inflammation, and infection.

abdominal adhesions

Fibrous intraabdominal scars 2º to surgery, C-sections, chronic inflammation
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In 3 patients, there were no pelvic or abdominal adhesions whereas out of 39 (92.
Due to the adherent nature of the cyst as well as multiple abdominal adhesions this was converted to laparotomy.
The employee in this case suffered from abdominal adhesions which caused a number of absences.
These include a second high-performance sealant, Prevent(TM) GI Sealant, for use throughout the gastrointestinal tract, and an anti-surgical adhesion agent, PeriGlide Adhesion Prevention that can be delivered laparoscopically to help prevent or reduce pelvic and abdominal adhesions.
PregLem will develop the compound for the prevention of post-surgical abdominal adhesions and endometriosis in patients with tubal ligation or comparable effective contraception.
Gangestad became aware of the unusual amount and density of the patient's abdominal adhesions prior to making the uterine incision.
4) Secondary volvuli are more common than primary and are typically attributed to a diaphragmatic abnormality, a hiatal hernia, a lung resection, or abdominal adhesions.
More than 85 percent of rescued bears suffer abdominal adhesions that bind organs to one another and to the abdominal wall, says Kati Loeffier, the veterinarian at the foundation's sanctuary in Chengdu.
Prevention of postoperative abdominal adhesions by a sodium hyaluronate-based bioreabsorbable membrane: a prospective, randomized, double-blinded multicenter study.
Morbid obesity and the risk of significant abdominal adhesions should be viewed with caution, according to Dr.
Mitchell-Leef testified that she treated Jones for infertility after her appendectomy and discovered (upon laparoscopic surgery) that abdominal adhesions were causing fertility problems.
Tegaserod is contraindicated in patients with a history of bowel obstruction, symptomatic gallbladder disease, abdominal adhesions, or suspected sphincter of Oddi dysfunction.