toupee

(redirected from toupet)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

toupee

(formerly) a prominent lock on a periwig, esp in the 18th century
References in periodicals archive ?
En el procedimiento quirurgico se encontro abdomen con multiples adherencias: laxas y firmes, funduplicatura tipo Toupet, la cual fue desmantelada identificando mediante transiluminacion endoscopica una miotomia incompleta.
All patients underwent laparoscopic mesh repair of PH with a fundoplication procedure (6 posterior 270[degrees] Toupet, and 1 anterior 180[degrees] Dor procedure due to an inability to mobilise the fundus sufficiently for a posterior wrap).
For centuries, the vast frontier area has been a zone of intense passage and informal exchange (Marret 2008: 547; Toupet 1977; Marty 1920-21).
This article focuses on the outcomes associated with two fundoplication surgeries commonly used to treat GERD: nissen fundoplication (NF) and toupet fundoplication (TF).
Les pauvres de Paris, Une partie de plaisir a la caverne Wakefield ou Un monsieur dans une position critique, et Monsieur Toupet ou Jean Bellegueule.
Recently, many articles attested to the superiority of adding either a Toupet or a Dor procedure to the myotomy.
In general surgery, robotic systems have enhanced laparoscopic Heller myotomy, esophagectomy, pancreatectomy, pyloroplasty when performed at the time of antireflux surgery, and fashioning the posterior suture lines of Toupet fundoplication.
A growing body of evidence, however, suggests that childhood vestibular disorders, although rare, do exist (Bower & Cotton, 1995, Eviatar, 1994; Hausler, Toupet, Guidetti, Basseres, & Montandon, 1987; Tusa, 2000a).
He was also a successful owner and breeder, his best horse being Toupet, who won the Gran Criterium in Milan in 1968.