subumbilical

in·fra·um·bil·i·cal

(in'fră-ŭm-bil'i-kăl),
Inferior to the umbilicus.
Synonym(s): subumbilical

subumbilical

/sub·um·bil·i·cal/ (-um-bil´ĭ-k'l) inferior to the umbilicus.

subumbilical

(sŭb″ŭm-bĭl′ĭ-kăl) [″ + umbilicus, navel]
Below the umbilicus.
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Caudal epidural block is a safe technique, which has recently been widely used in paediatric surgery, particularly in the operation of subumbilical and genitourinary regions, and it is routinely practised in many centres.
But for German-minded authors a work of art is only a springboard from which to plunge into the turbid depths of the subumbilical subconscience or to rise with leaden wings into an empyrean whence they bring down theories, treatises, pseudo-histories, misinterpretations, romances, gnosticisms, occult theologies, ponderous treatises on the relation of art to class struggle, to plagues and epidemics, to the trade in the paintbrushes, in the price of canvas, to rent of studios, to the kindness of hostesses, to dyspepsia, to the mother-complex, to occupational diseases, etc.
With the operating surgeon located on the patient's left side, a 10-mm subumbilical incision was made.
All patients were operated with a midline subumbilical laparotomy.
Efficacy of clonidine as an adjuvant to bupivacaine for caudal analgesia in children undergoing subumbilical surgery.
Operative laparoscopy was performed through a three-port approach with one 11 mm subumbilical port for the scope and two 5.
El puerto del lente se coloco en posicion subumbilical usando tecnica abierta (Hasson) y una canula-trocar (Endopath xcel[R]) de 12 mm, para la introduccion de un lente de 10 mm de 30[degrees] (Dunfer[R]) y los dos puertos de trabajo restantes se ubicaron en posicion paramedial, a ambos lados del prepucio usando canulatrocar de 5 mm (Endopath xcel[R]).
3) Furthermore, it may be impossible to predict with reasonable probability where adhesions may be located preoperatively or to know with certainty whether a portion of the intestine is adherent to the anterior abdominal wall directly below the usual subumbilical entry site.
En neumoperitoneo fue creado luego de la insercion de la aguja de Janios Verres en la region subumbilical (tecnica cerrada), la presion de insuflacion se mantuvo entre 10 y 12 mm de Hg con un volumen de C[O.
Subumbilical adhesions from previous surgeries are a major cause of laparoscopic entry-related complications and can lead to visceral injury secondary to Veress needle or trocar insertion, he said at the annual congress of the International Society for Gynecologic Endoscopy.
Initial 10 mm subumbilical trocar was introduced by technique described by McKernan.