subserous


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subserous

 [sub-se´rus]
beneath a serous membrane.

sub·se·rous

, subserosal (sŭb-sē'rŭs, sŭb-sē-rō'săl),
Beneath a serous membrane.

subserous

/sub·se·rous/ (sub-sēr´us) beneath a serous membrane.

subserous

beneath a serous membrane.
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However, it is difficult to conclude that non-CDM has no adverse impact on fertility from the data presented in this previous publication because the study involved women with subserous myomas, which have a little adverse impact on fertility.
The pregnant with subserous legged nodes, small single asymptomatic myoma, also with small-node diffuse lesion of myometrium, as well as those coming in with irreversible forms of pregnancy termination, were not included into consideration.
MONTREAL -- Asymptomatic subserous or intramural uterine fibroids should be left untreated, even if a patient desires pregnancy, two experts said at the 18th World Congress on Fertility and Sterility.
Subserous or subserosal fibroids grow outward from the uterine wall into the abdominal cavity.
Despite prophylactic colorectal cancer screening, these tumors often infiltrate the muscle layer into the subserous membrane of the intestinal wall, and are accompanied by lymph node involvement or distant metastases.
Most paratesticular liposarcomas are thought to arise from subserous retroperitoneal fat that becomes continuous distally with the fatty tissue of the cord.
A screening ultrasound revealed an 11 weeks gravid uterus with a 9x7 cm sessile subserous leiomyoma in left cornual region and a 10x8 cm mass in the pouch of Douglas suggestive of a right ovarian mature cystic teratoma.
These samples included 51 chronic cholecystitis samples, 15 dysplasias (10 low-grade and 5 high-grade dysplasias) and 169 adenocarcinomas grouped into 32 early cancers and 137 advanced carcinoma according to T stage (infiltration level): mucosal (pT1a), muscular (pT1b), subserous (pT2) and serous (pT3).
Then with the use of forceps-dissector there is a subserous separation of the lateral gallbladder wall and Hartman pocket.
Cervical fibroid is usually interstitial or subserous and rarely it is submucosal and polypoidal.
intramural (35%) and subserous (29%) leiomyomas are more likely to have abnormal karyotypes than the submucous (12%) type.
If the excised uterus had been opened in the operating room, which I always do, a benign endometrial polyp may have been found to be the sole cause of this patient's abnormal bleeding, along with a harmless intramural or subserous leiomyoma.