subcostal


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sub·cos·tal

(sŭb-kos'tăl),
1. Beneath a rib or the ribs. Synonym(s): infracostal
2. Denoting certain arteries, veins, nerves, angles, or planes.

subcostal

(sŭb-kŏs′tăl) [″ + costa, rib]
Beneath the ribs.
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Use of rectus sparing subcostal incision was found more feasible in open cholecystectomy in terms of severity of postoperative pain as compared to rectus cutting incision.
In this report, the length of the subcostal incision used was consistently 6 cm; however, in the literature the reported length of skin incision undertaken for MOC ranges from 3-8 cm.
Evaluation of the groups in terms of access site revealed that 103 (81.7%) patients in group 1 had subcostal and 23 (18.3%) had intercostal access.
The following views are used to answer specific questions: Subcostal and apical 4-chamber views
USG guided right sided subcostal TAP block using 20 ml of 0.2% ropivacaine was given just after induction.
The heart was examined through the four chamber view on the both sides of subcostal view.
Pain was sharp, primarily located in the lower chest and subcostal region left more than right, waxing and waning, nonradiating, and aggravates with certain nonspecific movements including forward lean.
Laparoscopic CBD exploration was done with 10 mm umbilical and epigastric ports followed by two small accessory subcostal ports.
Oblique subcostal transversus abdominis plane (OSTAP) block is one of these methods [8, 9].