gastroepiploic


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gas·tro·ep·i·plo·ic

(gas'trō-ep'i-plō'ik),
Relating to the stomach and greater omentum (epiploon).

gastroepiploic

/gas·tro·ep·i·plo·ic/ (-ep″ĭ-plo´ik) pertaining to the stomach and epiploon (omentum).

gastroepiploic

adjective Referring to the stomach and greater omentum.

gas·tro·ep·i·plo·ic

(gas'trō-ep-i-plō'ik)
Relating to the stomach and the greater omentum (epiploon).
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1990) Coronary revascularization in a child with Kawasaki disease: use of right gastroepiploic artery.
showed in their study that overall early (4 to 21 days after surgery) patency rate of the skeletonised gastroepiploic artery was 98.
The use of right gastroepiploic and inferior epigastric arteries in CABG procedures has been limited because of the need to extend the median sternotomy to expose the abdominal cavity.
The gastroepiploic artery has long been used in arterial grafting.
The CT scan also incidentally discovered the presence of enlarged lymph nodes in the paraaortic (with largest diameter of 10 mm) and gastroepiploic region.
The gastroduodenalartery terminates by dividing into superior pancreatico duodenal and right gastroepiploic arteries.
Other arteries including the radial artery, gastroepiploic artery (GEA) and inferior epigastric artery (IEA) along with the internal mammary arteries (IMA) then started being employed leading to the use of multiple arterial grafting in CABG.
The right gastroepiploic arcade and the coronary vein were divided to complete the azygoportal disconnection.
To fully assess the pancreas, the lesser sac is entered through the gastrocolic omentum outside the gastroepiploic arcade4 and, by retracting the transverse colon inferiorly and the stomach superiorly, exposure of the anterior surface and the superior and inferior borders of the body and tail of the pancreas is obtained.
Effects of ultrasonic skeletonization on internal thoracic and gastroepiploic arteries for coronary artery bypass grafting.
Examination under anaesthesia was done in three cases of MNM--1) uterine tamponade using a condom catheter was done for atonic uterus, 2) ligation of left gastroepiploic artery done which was found to be bleeding after caesarean section, 3) for atonic PPH in which uterus was found to be retracted on exploration.

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