intraabdominal


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in·tra·ab·dom·i·nal

(in'tră-ab-dom'i-năl),
Within the abdomen.
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The reported incidence is one in 100 to 3000 for all surgical procedures and one in 1000 to 1500 for intraabdominal surgeries.5 Among the intra abdominal surgeries, gynaecological and gastrointestinal tract surgeries account for 75% of the cases.6 Few implicated risk factors are an emergency procedure, an unplanned change in the procedure performed and an increased body mass.7 The time interval between surgery and clinical presentation as well as the symptoms depend on the pathophysiologic response of the body.
Surgical treatment applied on our BC patients with intraabdominal metastases (Table 1) had mainly a palliative intent.
Radiological Findings; Intraabdominal free air was present in the abdominal X-rays of 16 (45.7%) patients.
[5,7,10,12,18,21,34,35] However, we had few cases of intraabdominal abscess following laparoscopic surgery associated with gangrenous or perforated appendix.
(a) Histogram of mean peak intraabdominal pressure (IAP) differentiated by type of CrossFit exercise and parity.
It is not clear whether the deep block should extend to the entire period of surgery, including also the closure of the fascia, or is it enough to cover the intraabdominal phase.
Age, gestational week, BMI, smoking, parity, the number of previous CSs, time passed since the previous CS, and the presence of peritonization in the previous CS had no effect on the probability of intraabdominal adhesions (Table 2).
A report from emergency medical services suggesting a high EES combined with a seat belt sign on initial exam should raise a physician's index of suspicion for serious intraabdominal injury.
Desmoid tumors can be grouped as extra-abdominal, within the abdominal wall, or intraabdominal, extra-abdominal being the most common [4].
In this context, Robo-Surgeon gasless single-port retroperitoneoscopic surgery is suitable for urological malignancies arising from retroperitoneal organs [2]; we can avoid unnecessary peritoneal injury and thus postoperative intraabdominal complications.
Kimbrough, "Intraabdominal infection due to Streptococcus pneumoniae," Medicine, vol.
The procedure proceeded uneventfully, a healthy, eutrophic neonate was born, and there were no intraabdominal adhesions.

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