subserous


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subserous

 [sub-se´rus]
beneath a serous membrane.

sub·se·rous

, subserosal (sŭb-sē'rŭs, sŭb-sē-rō'săl),
Beneath a serous membrane.
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A subserous pediculated fibroid of 25 mm in the posterior wall of the uterus, close to the utero-ovarian right ligament, was easily removed.
Carter and De Alwis (1989) reported similar findings that HS is characterised by rapid course, fever, oedematous swelling in head-throat-brisket region, swollen and haemorrhagic lymph nodes and presence of numerous subserous petechial haemorrhages.
The preoperative diagnosis was subserous myoma with pressure effects.
Histologic examination of the resected specimens later confirmed the diagnosis of an abdominal pregnancy which included a male fetus of 4 months' gestational age (Figure 2), normal cord, subserous uterine myoma, and submucosal hemorrhage in the small intestine.
Uterine enlargement, a pillowy resistance of the uterine wall, and cystic subserous hemorrhagic lesions are possible laparoscopic parameters in adenomyosis.
According to the TNM classification, only in one case did the tumor infiltrate the submucosa (pT1), in 4 cases- the muscular layer and in 43 cases reached the subserous tissue.
Michels, "A method for demonstrating subserous lymphatics with hydrogen peroxide," The Anatomical record, vol.
The advanced GBCs were grouped according to pT stage (infiltration level) as subserous (pT2) and serous (pT3), using the TNM staging system for gallbladder cancer (American Joint Committee on Cancer, 7th edition).
Value of dynamic enhanced magnetic resonance imaging for distinguishing between ovarian fibroma and subserous uterine leiomyoma.
During the laparotomy it was removed a giant subserous leiomyoma going beyond the small pelvis as far as abdominal cavity.
(See Figure 2.) When the myometrial walls of the uterus are separated with saline, endometrial visualization is enhanced, which both allows the location of various focal endometrial abnormalities to be discerned and improves the physician's ability to decide whether the fibroid is submucosal, impinging, intramural, or subserous.
In the proventriculus, crop, gizzard, and small intestine, intramural or subserous nerve plexus and ganglia had positive results.