suprapubic


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suprapubic

 [soo″prah-pu´bik]
above the pubes.

su·pra·pu·bic

(sū'pră-pyū'bik),
Above the pubic bone.

suprapubic

/su·pra·pu·bic/ (-pu´bik) superior to the pubic arch.

suprapubic

[-p(y)o̅o̅′bik]
Etymology: L, supra + pubes, signs of maturity
pertaining to a location above the symphysis pubis.

suprapubic

Referring to the region on the centre of the front wall of the abdomen immediately above the pubic bone.

suprapubic

above the pubes.
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A short suprapubic Pfannenstiel incision was performed, followed by a transvesical approach under cystoscopic control.
Suprapubic region was examined for presence of distended bladder.
The patient underwent removal of his suprapubic catheter and eventual reanastomosis of the bowel once all the wounds had healed.
8[degrees]C) and especially a painful convex median suprapubic mass consistent with a fully distended bladder.
Suprapubic pain is caused by direct irritation of the bladder mucosa determined by stent, but can be exacerbated in the case of secondary infection or stones in the distal volute.
The suprapubic exit points are marked at two finger-widths lateral to the midline, just above the pubic symphysis.
Sonography of the right inguinal and suprapubic regions with 6 and 4 MHz transducers showed an irregularly shaped elongated anechoic 6.
Suprapubic cystolithotomy was done and the stone was removed, together with the IUCD and the thread intact (Fig.
Bowel-related injuries are known complications of suprapubic tube (SPT) catheterization placement.
We aimed to assess the advantages of performing antegrade endoscopy through the suprapubic cystostomy tract during, perinea
A 17-year-old male was admitted with a fluctuant suprapubic mass.
It may be acute (with suprapubic pain) or chronic (typically painless).