protuberant abdomen

pro·tu·ber·ant ab·do·men

unusual or prominent convexity of the abdomen, due to excessive subcutaneous fat, poor muscle tone, or an increase in intraabdominal content.

pro·tu·ber·ant ab·do·men

(prō-tū'bĕr-ănt ab'dŏ-mĕn)
Unusual or prominent convexity of the abdomen, due to excessive subcutaneous fat, poor muscle tone, or an increase in intraabdominal content.
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Physical examination revealed a cachectic woman, who was pale and had a massively protuberant abdomen.
On examination, he was found to have protuberant abdomen with mild tenderness in the left flank.
But while seated, pregnant women should use a seatbelt "low on the hipbones, between the protuberant abdomen and pelvis.
A bare-chested man sat up in bed eating lunch, leaning a protuberant abdomen into the hospital tray.
She displayed features of Noonan's syndrome (short stature, small face, protuberant abdomen with no mass, and developmental delay), for which her mother was also diagnosed.
On physical examination, the patient was obese (350 lb, 6 ft 1 in), with a protuberant abdomen but without palpable splenomegaly.
Physical findings included a protuberant abdomen with a visibly bulging right-sided flank and abdominal mass and mild associated tenderness.