Calot

Ca·lot

(kah-lō'),
Jean-François, French surgeon, 1861-1944. See: Calot triangle.
References in classic literature ?
"Calot!" he snapped, and then his clenched fist landed beneath the other's chin, lifting him high into the air and depositing him in a crumpled heap within the centre of the pimalia bush beside the ersite bench.
Tell me that there is another, and I shall cut out his foul heart and fling it to the wild calots of the dead sea-bottoms!"
Curses on that calot of his that warned him toward the safer avenue!"
"Ey, O-Tar, they elude thy guard but not the wise old calot, I-Gos."
Its long, lithe body is supported by ten powerful legs, its enormous jaws are equipped, like those of the calot, or Martian hound, with several rows of long needle-like fangs; its mouth reaches to a point far back of its tiny ears, while its enormous, protruding eyes of green add the last touch of terror to its awful aspect.
"That you will be thrown to the wild calots [dogs] in the great arena as soon as the hordes have assembled for the yearly games."
However, in delayed group, the main reason for conversion involved dense adhesions obscuring the anatomy of Calot's triangle.
Dissection is started at Calot's triangle and proceeded antegrade towards the fundus.
The anatomy of Calot's triangle was clearly identified.
Study in 75 patients, 37 bupivacaine 10 mL of 25% instilled into gall bladder bed and Calot's triangle area at the end of cholecystectomy--only 16% had shoulder pain compared control 60.5%.
Calot is one of the co-accused in the falsification charge filed against Palapag Mayor Manuel Jaldo Aoyang in relation to the reportedly wrong statements made in a Municipal Resolution signed back in 2015.
[4,5] Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is considered to be difficult if adhesions at Calot's triangle are dense, gallbladder is contracted or fibrotic, previous history of upper abdominal surgery, gangrenous gallbladder, acutely inflamed gallbladder, empyema gallbladder including Mirizzi's syndrome, or associated cholecystogastric or cholecystoduodenal fistula.