extra-abdominal

extra-abdominal

/ex·tra-ab·dom·i·nal/ (eks″trah-ab-dom´ĭ-nal) outside the abdomen.
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Extra-abdominal fibromatosis (extra-abdominal desmoid fibromatosis).
With sequential placement of one instrument at a time and attention to the direction of extra-abdominal hand movements, we create a work space with unimpeded access to the uterus and prevent the clashing of instruments, or "sword fighting," that can come with inserting several instruments through a single port.
The sonograms were assessed for fetal growth parameters, amniotic fluid index, diameter of the small bowel dilation and thickness of both intra-abdominal as well as extra-abdominal loops of bowel.
Cure is uncommon in patients with tumor spread into the pelvis (stage 2), the abdomen (stage 3), or the liver/ extra-abdominal region (stage 4), with a 5-year survival rate as low as 22% (1).
6%) included both intra and extra-abdominal injuries.
Head and neck fibromatosis is a deep and, obviously, extra-abdominal tumor.
They are usually combined with the injury of other abdominal and extra-abdominal organs, making an already severe prognosis even worse.
5) Signs of peritonitis and abdominal pain may be absent on initial evaluation, (5) especially since the physician may be distracted by the pain of extra-abdominal injuries, such as sternal fracture, as in our case.
In 1856, Paget correlated the histologic appearance of the abdominal DF with similar lesions in extra-abdominal sites, such as the shoulder girdle and upper arm.
I will first review extra-abdominal causes of acute abdominal pain that are potentially catastrophic.
Tumours are classified as intra- or extra-abdominal, with extra-abdominal tumours most often located around the neck and shoulders, the pelvis, or within the thoracic wall.
The patients, whose mean age was 56 years, underwent operations for the gastrointestinal tract, including the hepatobiliary system and pancreas (39% of patients); hernia repair (19%); and vascular (16%), breast (13%), and extra-abdominal areas (13%).