intra-abdominal


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intra-abdominal

 [in″trah-ab-dom´ĭ-nal]
within the abdomen.

intra-abdominal

adjective Within the abdomen.

intra-abdominal

Lying or occurring within the cavity of the ABDOMEN.
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An intra-abdominal pressure was also noted at the same time through the urinary catheter using method described by Iberti et al11 and patients with high abdominal pressure (>12 mmHg as concluded in guideline of World Society of the Abdominal Compartment Syndrome) were also included in the study12.
Intra-abdominal fibromatosis arises in the mesentery or pelvis while abdominal tumours arise from musculo-aponeurotic structures of the abdominal wall, especially the rectus and internal oblique muscles and their fascial coverings.
In adult patients with intra-abdominal undescended testicles, unfortunately the diagnosis of cancer at early stage is difficult and usually patients present with advanced disease or palpable mass.
In respect to the metastatic staging of the disease, the intra-abdominal mass was evaluated as unresectable and palliative relief was planned by biliary drainage.
Abdominal scar characteristics as a predictor of intra-abdominal adhesions at repeat cesarean delivery.
Patients with sustained elevation of intra-abdominal pressure may develop intra-abdominal hypertension (JAPIASSU et al., 2007; JOUBERT et al., 2007).
Of all childhood testes that are nonpalpable, 50 to 60 percent are intra-abdominal but can also be found in the inguinal canal (canalicular) or just inside the internal ring (peeping) [5].
She was transfused with two blood units and an emergency Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage (DPL) was positive for intra-abdominal bleeding.
Intra-abdominal desmoid tumors are more commonly seen in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis.
The abdominal cavity was occupied by the intra-abdominal cyst, which included clear serous fluid.
A giant intra-abdominal desmoid tumor (DT) developed in a young male without history of surgery, trauma, or FAP.
(1) If this fibrin is not degraded, it will cause the development of adhesions between intra-abdominal surfaces and will lead to formation of fibrous adhesions and bands.