interposition


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interposition

(int″ĕr-pŏ-zish′ŏn)
1. The surgical placement of one body structure between two others.
2. The ectopic migration of a body structure to an abnormal site between two others, e.g., of the large intestine between the liver and the diaphragm.
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Chilaiditi's sign is asymptomatic interposition of the bowel at hepatic flexure of colon between the liver and right hemidiaphragm visible on chest X-ray, which is usually performed for some cardiorespiratory illness.
The incus interposition and transposition method used in ossicle reconstruction has been widely used since its first description in 1957 by Hall and Rytzner (3).
The results showed that considerable difference between the average score of information before and after the interposition in case group and their knowledge significantly increased after the intervention that was consistent with the other studies conducted by Khani et al25, Hazavehei et al26, Jeihooni et al17, Gammage2 and Keramat et al27.
Omental interposition combined with Modified Lich-Gregoir###1 (0.
Repair was carried out either transvaginally or transabdominally, performing good tissue separation, interrupted suturing and no omental interposition.
In our case, we used a Dacron interposition graft, with good results.
The interposition of the annular ligament has also been described as the cause of the irreducible anterior dislocation of the radial head.
All patients underwent initial fecal diversion and subsequent RUF repair via transperineal approach with gracilis muscle interposition.
Treatment options for CAD include cyst excision with preservation of the native artery, excision of the affected artery with interposition of a bypass graft, CT or ultrasound guided needle aspiration and conservative management.
Forty contributions describe procedures for repairing such injuries as radial head fractures, olecranon fractures, distal biceps tendon rupture, ulnar collateral ligament injuries, and nerve decompression, as well as reconstructive techniques for capitellar replacement, interposition arthroplasty, convertible total elbow replacement, and anconeus arthroplasty.
The stem will be realized by means of longitudinal welding of the mantle, while the bottom must be connected to the shell by means of double seaming with the interposition of mastic.
These include condylec- tomy gap arthroplasty interposition arthroplasty and total joint reconstruction using alloplastic or autogenous materials.