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.

intra-abdominal

within the abdomen.
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Correlation between different methods of intraabdominal pressure monitoring in varying intra-abdominal hypertension models.
We report a case of intra-abdominal lymphadenitis that presented as fever of unknown origin(FUO) and diagnosed by excisional biopsy as a case of KFD.
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As intra-abdominal repair of uterus is commonly practiced in our obstetrical departments so, rationale of the study is to compare which of the two procedures is better in terms of less intra operative complications and thus the procedure could be set as protocol.
sup][1],[3] However, surgical management has been recommended as treatment choice to prevent severe complications following conservative treatment, such as sepsis and intra-abdominal abscess formation.
Spontaneous vaginal evisceration and intra-abdominal small bowel strangulation: a report of the first case and review of the literature.
Intra-abdominal pressure was recorded by using bladder pressure obtained by instilling 50 mL of water through Foley's catheter and reading noted over graduated manometer.
One study argues that the treatment for SNT should be laparoscopic intra-abdominal exploration followed by inguinal exploration on the affected side [9].
The increase in intra-abdominal pressure leads to important hemodynamic changes in patients in the ICU and surgical units.
Negative pressure wound therapy is a wound management system for chronic open subcutaneous or intra-abdominal wounds.
Consequently, a diagnosis of intra-abdominal pregnancy was made.
Luke succumbed to intra-abdominal sepsis due to cerebral palsy in March last year and coroner Ian Arrow said "he died earlier than expected" because of the assault.