celiotomy


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celiotomy

 [se″le-ot´ah-me]
incision into the abdominal cavity.
vaginal celiotomy incision into the abdominal cavity through the vagina.

ce·li·ot·o·my

(sē'lē-ot'ō-mē),
Transabdominal incision into the peritoneal cavity.
[celio- + G. tomē, incision]

celiotomy

/ce·li·ot·o·my/ (-ot´ah-me) incision into the abdominal cavity.
vaginal celiotomy  incision into the abdominal cavity through the vagina.

celiotomy

(sē′lē-ŏt′ə-mē)
n.
Surgical incision of the abdomen.

ce·li·ot·o·my

(sē'lē-ot'ŏ-mē)
Transabdominal incision into the peritoneal cavity.
Synonym(s): abdominal section, laparotomy (2) , ventrotomy, coeliotomy.
[celio- + G. tomē, incision]

celiotomy

incision into the abdominal cavity.

vaginal celiotomy
incision into the abdominal cavity through the vagina.
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5-cm celiotomy was carried out on the third quarter of the distance between the umbilicus and the cranial rim of the pubis.
Anesthesia: The cat was anaesthetized (induction with propofol [Propofol(c) %1; Fresenius Kabi, 7 mg/kg IV] and gas anaesthesia [Isoflurane-USP(c); Adelka, in 100% O2, 2l/min via an endotracheal tube] with positive pressure ventilation when needed) and underwent a midline celiotomy.
These differences will also impact the surgical approach to foreign body retrieval, as the ventriculus location deep into the coelom limits the exposure and manipulation of the organ by lateral celiotomy, which in most species provides the best exposure to this organ.
Hepatic heat shock and acute-phase gene expression are induced simultaneously after celiotomy in the anesthetized pig.
All the patients underwent an emergency celiotomy and confirmation of foreign body induced perforation was possible in all the 21 patients .
All procedures were performed using celiotomy and included a Roux-en-Y gastric bypass with a 30- to 50-mL proximal gastric pouch (stapled in continuity), a biliopancreatic limb extending from the ligament of Treitz to 250 cm from the ileocecal junction, and a common channel of 50-150 cm, Dr.
Exploratory celiotomy showed enlargement of the mesenteric and colonic lymph nodes and multiple local thickenings of the small intestine wall, large colon, and cecum.
Prior to that time, a diagnostic peritoneal lavage (DPL) positive for blood, was an indication for exploratory celiotomy because of concern about ongoing hemorrhage and/or missed intra-abdominal injuries needing repair (EAST 2003).
Celiotomy closure via permanent implantation of polyamide in horses.
Celiotomy findings showed very dense upper abdominal adhesions with the duodenum exiting through the hiatus.