supradiaphragmatic

supradiaphragmatic

 [soo″prah-di″ah-frag-mat´ik]
above the diaphragm.

su·pra·di·a·phrag·mat·ic

(sū'pră-dī'ă-frag-mat'ik),
Above the diaphragm.

supradiaphragmatic

/su·pra·di·a·phrag·mat·ic/ (-di″ah-frag-mat´ik) above the diaphragm.

supradiaphragmatic

above the diaphragm.
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Breast cancer risk after supradiaphragmatic radiotherapy for Hodgkin's lymphoma in England and Wales: a national cohort study.
The disease commonly presents in children and young adults, with supradiaphragmatic lymphadenopathy or extranodal lesions consisting of tissue infiltrates composed of a polyclonal population of sinus histiocytes.
Ovarian tumors with supradiaphragmatic lymphadenopathy are rare; hence, they are frequently misdiagnosed.
Subcutaneous emphysema and pneumothorax, as well as difficulty detecting central, supradiaphragmatic, retroscapular, or parahilar lung fields because of physical and anatomic obstacles, are the main limitations of this ultrasonography technique [19].
21,26) Because no portion of the catheter was visible in imaging studies of the abdomen, we decided that the site of entry in the case was supradiaphragmatic.
Abdominal X-ray showed multiple air fluid levels, with dilated bowel loop in right upper quadrant, X-ray chest showed space occupying density supradiaphragmatic near the right border of heart.
The supradiaphragmatic IVC was incised after start of aortic perfusion to ensure adequate flush of both right and left IVC.
Supradiaphragmatic accessory liver: a rare cause of respiratory distress in a neonate.
Risk of breast cancer and breast cancer characteristics in women treated with supradiaphragmatic radiation for Hodgkin lymphoma: Mayo Clinic experience.
These branches persist as enlarged supradiaphragmatic and infradiaphragmatic aortic branches, or as bronchial arteries in cases in which the pulmonary artery does not develop (2).