transabdominal


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transabdominal

 [trans″ab-dom´ĭ-nal]
across the abdominal wall or through the abdominal cavity.
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Caption: The top row shows a transabdominal ultrasound and the bottom row shows a transvaginal ultrasound, both at 12 weeks: a) four-chamber view, b) crisscross of the great arteries, c) V shape, isthmus, and duct (three-vessel view).
In cases refractory to conservative treatment, transabdominal embolization may be a good treatment option.
This descriptive, cross sectional study was done on 157 primigravida with singleton pregnancy on transabdominal ultrasonography and gestational age between 24 to 32 weeks assessed on the basis of LMP, who presented in Obstetrics and Gynecology department of CMH, Multan and referred by gynecologist to the radiology department for ultrasonography were selected for the study.
Efficacy of transabdominal sonoelastography in the diagnosis of caesarean section scar endometrioma: A pilot study.
* In the presence of a placenta previa, or low-lying placenta, we strongly recommend a transvaginal, in addition to transabdominal, US to further assess for the presence of placenta accreta spectrum (PAS) markers
She was diagnosed as pregnant on day 12 posttransfer, with an HCG level of 479 U/L, and transabdominal US 42 days after transfer showed monochorionic triplets, each with a heartbeat [Figure 1]b.
Statistically analyzed variables and their details were as follows: i) patient characteristics: age, gender, presence of single or multiple abscesses, presence of malignancy, underlying etiology (spontaneous or postoperative); iij abscess characteristics: volume, structure (complex multilocular or simple unilocular), microbiologic content (nonmicrobial, unimicrobial polymicrobial, presence of yeast), presence of fistula; iii) procedure characteristics: guidance method (US or CT), access route (transabdominal, transvaginal, transrectal, transgluteal) and catheter size.
Due to the fact that Kerry had suffered three losses in the second trimester, she was given a transabdominal stitch to help prevent pregnancy loss.
[20] In 1996, the first transabdominal laparoscopic approach was introduced by Burick and Parascandola.
Transabdominal sonography demonstrated an absent right kidney.
This procedure generally involves the use of transabdominal ultrasound or endovascular ultrasound to accurately identify and access the portal vein.
Transabdominal and transvaginal (TVS) scans had shown separate right and left cornu with multiple cysts in the peripheral ovarian parenchyma features suggestive of bicornuate uterus and polycystic ovaries (Figure 1).