subperitoneal


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subperitoneal

 [sub″per-ĭ-to-ne´al]
beneath the peritoneum.

sub·per·i·to·ne·al

(sŭb'per-i-tō-nē'ăl),
Beneath the peritoneum.
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High-resolution T2-weighted images are used to evaluate these lesions, particularly those involving ligaments and subperitoneal space.
(4) Su localizacion subperitoneal hace que a menudo no sean reconocidas ni siquiera por laparoscopia.
The larvae become encysted in various subperitoneal tissues such as the liver, spleen, mesentery and lungs.
innisfailensis have been reported from the peritoneum of Sceloporus ferrariperezi (Iguanidae) and the subperitoneal tissues of Physignathus lesueurii (Agamidae) respectively (Caballero 1954; Mackerras 1962).
Although its pathophysiology is not fully understood, it may be classified in 4 categories including hormonal, iatrogenic, genetic, and subperitoneal mesenchymal cell metaplasia.
Acute fluid collection was both intrapancreatic and extrapancreatic like in lesser sac, anterior pararenal space or subperitoneal space.
The circumferential (radial) margin represents the adventitial soft-tissue margin closest to the deepest penetration of tumor and is created surgically by blunt or sharp dissection of the retroperitoneal or subperitoneal aspect, respectively.
The circumferential margin represents the adventitial soft-tissue margin closest to the deepest penetration of tumor and is created surgically by blunt or sharp dissection of the retroperitoneal or subperitoneal aspect, respectively.
The circumferential (radial) margin represents the adventitial soft tissue margin closest to the deepest penetration of tumor and is created surgically by blunt or sharp dissection of the retroperitoneal or subperitoneal aspect, respectively.
Atypical endosalpingiosis: a case report with consideration of the differential diagnosis of glandular subperitoneal inclusions.