costovertebral


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costovertebral

 [kos″to-ver´tĕ-bral]
pertaining to a rib and a vertebra.

cos·to·ver·te·bral

(kos'tō-ver'tĕ-brăl),
Relating to the ribs and the bodies of the thoracic vertebrae with which they articulate.
Synonym(s): costocentral, vertebrocostal (1)

costovertebral

/cos·to·ver·te·bral/ (-ver´tĕ-br'l) pertaining to a rib and a vertebra.

costovertebral

[-vur′təbrəl]
of or relating to a rib and the vertebral column.

cos·to·ver·te·bral

(kos'tō-vĕr'tĕ-brăl)
Relating to the ribs and the bodies of the thoracic vertebrae with which they articulate.
Synonym(s): vertebrocostal (1) .

costovertebral

pertaining to a rib and a vertebra.
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However, severe costovertebral angle tenderness was present on the left side.
The abdomen was tender to palpation in the right lower quadrant, right costovertebral angle tenderness was present, bowel sounds were present and there was no rebound tenderness.
These appearances were consistent with a right apical lung hernia related to the anteromedial aspect of the costovertebral (Sibson) fascia.
Both the right and left tracheal bronchi have a high association with cardiovascular and costovertebral defects.
He did have pain in his right lower quadrant at the site of his transplanted kidney, and there was mild costovertebral angle tenderness.
A physical examination revealed a mildly obese, afebrile female with severe right upper quadrant, epigastric and costovertebral angle tenderness.
This edition has reworked chapters on the heart and lungs and contains 20 new dissections, such as for the ligaments of the vertebral column and the costovertebral joints, the arteries of the celiac trunk, the branches of the abdominal aorta, the iliac vessels, the female recto-uterine pouch, and the male perineal neurovascular structures.
Signs and symptoms compatible with C-UTI in patients with indwelling catheters include new or rising fever, rigors, altered consciousness, malaise without alternate cause, flank pain or costovertebral tenderness, acute hematuria, and/or pelvic discomfort, and increased spasticity.
Surgical damage to nerves may take part in the etiology of PCPP Sternal retraction stretching the nerves at the costovertebral junction, harvesting the internal thoracic artery with diathermy, misplacement of sternal wires, intercostal drains and entrapment of nerves due to sternal sutures may damage to brachial plexus and inter-costal nerves (5).
The typical radiographic changes of AS are seen primarily in the axial skeleton, especially in the sacroiliac, discovertebral, apophyseal, costovertebral, and costotransvers joints (3).