minilaparotomy


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min·i·lap·a·rot·o·my

(min'ē-lap-ă-rot'ŏ-mē),
Technique for sterilization by surgical ligation of the fallopian tubes, performed through a small suprapubic or infraumbilical incision.

minilaparotomy

(mĭn′ē-lăp′ə-rŏt′ə-mē)
n.
A method of female sterilization by surgical ligation of the fallopian tubes, performed through a small incision above the pubic symphysis.

mini-lap

An abbreviated laparotomy used to obtain cells; document intraperitoneal haemorrhage; obtain fluids for assessing bile amylase, bacteria or faecal material by peritoneal lavage; or to perform tubal sterilisation.

min·i·lap·a·rot·o·my

(min'ē-lap-ă-rot'ŏ-mē)
Technique for sterilization by surgical ligation of the uterine tubes, performed through a small suprapubic incision.

minilaparotomy

a small abdominal incision for liver biopsy, open transhepatic cholangiography, or sterilization by ovariectomy.
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Tubal sterilization: Complications of laparoscopy and minilaparotomy.
Minilaparotomy and Ovarian Diathermy Drilling for Clomiphene resistant Poly cystic Ovarian disease.
As a control, 30 patients underwent VSC of the first stage, before vaginal surgery, according to the standard technique of minilaparotomy.
In general, minilaparotomy is a good choice for women who undergo sterilization right after childbirth.
In this study, all tubal sterilization were performed by minilaparotomy approach and abnormal uterine bleeding as a cause of hysterectomy was not significantly different between sterilized and unsterilized groups.
Observational study (case series) of patients undergoing C-section or minilaparotomy tubal ligation under spinal anesthesia.
Nakagoe T, Sawai T, Tsuji T et al, Minilaparotomy approach for removal of a large colonic lipoma: report of two cases.
Other products for fertility regulation: specula, forceps, scissors, scalpels, suture and other elements for inserting and removing IUDs, performing vasectomy, implanting subcutaneous contraception, and performing minilaparotomy, laparoscopy and tubal ligation.
At exploratory laparoscopy, five of the patients were found to be unresectable and were converted to minilaparotomy with feeding-tube placement.
Initially, a temporary GES device was placed with modified fetal scalp electrodes placed through a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tube ostomy with either endoscopic guidance or via minilaparotomy, with the leads connected to an external stimulator to see if both GI symptoms and gastric emptying test (GET) results improved.