subdiaphragmatic


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subphrenic

 [sub-fren´ik]
beneath the diaphragm; called also subdiaphragmatic.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

sub·di·a·phrag·mat·ic

(sŭb'dī-ă-frag-mat'ik),
Beneath the diaphragm.
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(14,15) It is conceivable that tightness/dysfunction in these muscles could result in the subdiaphragmatic pain of ETAP and STP secondary to the attachment to the diaphragm.
Subdiaphragmatic gas can be absent radiologically as there is sufficient time for gas re-sorption and for the patient's signs to improve spontaneously.
Subdiaphragmatic vagotomy blocks induction of IL-1 beta mRNA in mice brain in response to peripheral LPS, American Journal of Physiology, 268, R1327-R1331.
[15] Again, women with CS I disease and men with CS I disease and a lymphocyte predominance had a low probability of subdiaphragmatic disease.
Caption: Figure 3: (a) Abdominal X-ray showing subcutaneous emphysema, pneumomediastinum, pneumoretroperitoneum, and right subdiaphragmatic free air (black arrow).
The presence of subdiaphragmatic free air did not have a statistically significant relationship with mortality or morbidity.
According to the pathophysiology of the problem, one of the suggested solutions is a local anesthetic infiltration in the subdiaphragmatic area at the beginning of surgery [7].
Prior mechanisms for development of purulent pericarditis include contiguous bacterial spread from an intrathoracic site, hematogenous spread, extension from a myocardial site, perforating injury or surgery, and extension from a subdiaphragmatic site [2].
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ascorbata was isolated in the lung tissue, peritoneal fluid and in the abscess found in the subdiaphragmatic region.
Upper-body findings are not immediately suggestive of subdiaphragmatic pathology, and care was taken to rule out an intrathoracic injury, specifically a tracheal tear from intubation.
Examination of the subdiaphragmatic descending aorta is also limited.