spigelian

spi·ge·li·an

(spi-jē'lē-ăn),
Relating to or described by Spigelius.
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The caudate lobe, also called spigelian lobe seems to be different from the rest of the liver in that it behaves in a paradoxical manner, particularly in cases of cirrhosis.
Spigelian hernia is a rare type of ventral hernias with nonspecific symptoms and signs.
Diagnoses included inguinal, femoral, Spigelian, and umbilical hernias.
Epigastric, suprapubic, umbilical, port site, Spigelian and lateral
The Bahraini girl was born with a Spigelian Hernia at King Hamad University Hospital (KHUH).
Approximately 80% of all abdominal-wall hernias are inguinal, 5% are femoral, and the other 15% include traumatic, incisional, Spigelian, obturator, lumbar, and paraumbilical types.
The main reason of ventral hernias can be prior surgery (incisional) or spontaneously (umbilical epigastric spigelian or lumbar hernias).
Ventral hernias can develop as a result of prior surgery (incisional) or spontaneously (umbilical, epigastric, Spigelian, or lumbar hernias).
The rare spigelian hernia occurs at the lateral edge of the rectus abdominus muscle (Spiegel's line).
They included transperitoneal tension-free polypropylene mesh repairs for inguinal and sciatic hernias, composite mesh for ventral and spigelian hernias, and total extraperitoneal polypropylene repairs for obturator hernias.
There are several types of external hernias, including but not limited to inguinal, femoral, umbilical, ventral, obturator, lumbar, and Spigelian hernias, all of which occur at points of structural weakness in the abdominal or pelvic wall musculature.