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

/sub·cos·tal/ (-kos´t'l) below a rib or ribs.

subcostal

(sŭb-kŏs′tăl) [″ + costa, rib]
Beneath the ribs.

subcostal

below a rib or ribs.
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5x as long as wide, with fine and dense microtrichia; subcostal vein medium brown, 0.
2C); intralar setae 1+2; prealar developed; meron with some long setae in irregular rows; section of Costal vein immediately before subcostal break slightly convex; vein M ending before wing apex; distance between M and R4+5 at wing margin as long as length of r-m crossvein; mid tibia with 2 posterodorsal setae and without anteroventral seta; hind tibia with 2 anterodorsal setae .
Number of the patients with dilated RV (RV appearing larger than the left ventricle from apical and/or subcostal view, or RV end-diastolic parameter >30 mm from the parasternal view) were similar in the PE group (acute RV pressure overloading group) and PS group (chronic RV pressure overloading group).
Anopheles) Series Arribalzagia exhibits three unique areas along the wing costal region classified as: sector pale (I); subcostal area (II); and pre-apical pale (III) (Fig.
Chest retractions were defined as supraclavicular, intercostal, or subcostal retractions of the neck or chest wall, suggesting respiratory distress.
The abdomen was explored via a generous subcostal incision extending from the left anterior axillary line to the right midclavicular line.
If a woman's answer was positive, she was further asked about the presence of rapid respiration and chest in-drawing (recession of subcostal margin during inspiration).
Se estudio con el paciente en decubito lateral derecho desde la ventana paraesternal derecha en eje corto a nivel de la base cardiaca y desde la ventana subcostal izquierda.
After performing pneumoperitoneum, three additional ports were inserted in the right subcostal and flank region by spacing 5-cm apart.
Patients typically have right subcostal tenderness associated with fever.