abdominal adhesions

abdominal adhesions

The presence of intra-abdominal fibrous scarring secondary to surgery, C-sections, chronic inflammation, and infection.

abdominal adhesions

Fibrous intraabdominal scars 2º to surgery, C-sections, chronic inflammation
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The defendant concluded the pain was from the small hiatal hernia or abdominal adhesions from the bypass surgery.
Laparoscopic entry sites should be chosen based on the likelihood of abdominal adhesions.
Abdominal adhesions pinning ovary below uterus* 
Literature data show that abdominal adhesions may develop after more than 50% of abdominal operations (6).
A further operation to remove abdominal adhesions, or scar tissue, blocking his bowel was carried out.
A large TDR is inherently more complicated and may be associated with dense thoracic and abdominal adhesions.
In 3 patients, there were no pelvic or abdominal adhesions whereas out of 39 (92.
Intra- abdominal adhesions between previous abdominal scar and underlying organ occur commonly as a result of laparotomy15.
Due to the adherent nature of the cyst as well as multiple abdominal adhesions this was converted to laparotomy.
The most blood loss was 1200 ml in one patient, because of the tight abdominal adhesions around the spleen.
The employee in this case suffered from abdominal adhesions which caused a number of absences.
Intra-operative findings included dense intra abdominal adhesions and multiple sigmoid diverticula.