subdiaphragmatic


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subphrenic

 [sub-fren´ik]
beneath the diaphragm; called also subdiaphragmatic.

sub·di·a·phrag·mat·ic

(sŭb'dī-ă-frag-mat'ik),
Beneath the diaphragm.

subdiaphragmatic

/sub·di·a·phrag·mat·ic/ (-di″ah-frag-mat´ik) subphrenic.

subdiaphragmatic

below the diaphragm.
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We conclude that UII is released from multiple sites (heart, kidney, head and neck, hepatosplenic, and musculoskeletal tissues) into the human circulation (and is also subject to clearance at one or more subdiaphragmatic sites not further localized at this time).
Subdiaphragmatic gas can be absent radiologically as there is sufficient time for gas re-sorption and for the patient's signs to improve spontaneously.
There is evidence to suggest that activation of subdiaphragmatic vagal afferent nerves may be an alternative neuronal communicator between peripheral cytokines and the hypothalamus (Blatteis & Sehic, 1997).
All these groups had less than a 5% risk of subdiaphragmatic disease.
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.
With a prevalence of 32%, the bas-relief sign follows right upper-quadrant, subdiaphragmatic free air as the second most common sign of pneumoperitoneum on supine plain radiographs.
We suspected the drainage of subdiaphragmatic venous return to persistent SVC and absence the hepatic segment of IVC by agitated saline contrast echocardiography, and confirmed the diagnosis by multidetector CT.
9%), increased separation of aerated right lung and right-sided subdiaphragmatic fat compared with prior chest radiographs in 2 (1.
The differential diagnosis of an extralobar subdiaphragmatic BPS includes adrenal hemorrhage (Figure 1) and neuroblastoma (Figure 7); sequestrations occur more often on the left and present as solid masses with systemic blood supply, whereas neuroblastomas occur more often on the right side.
Regardless of the technique for subdiaphragmatic control of the IVC, there is always the potential that the patient will not be able to tolerate the reduced venous return.
6) Patients presenting with central abdominal involvement made up 20% of cases of subdiaphragmatic Hodgkin disease, and were frequently associated with B symptoms.
Blunt gastric rupture with subdiaphragmatic air, gastric dilatation, and posterior gastric wall disruption with evidence of stomach content extravasation