hysterotomy


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hysterotomy

[‚his·tə′räd·ə·mē]
(medicine)
Incision into the uterine wall.
Cesarean section.
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Within a minute of hysterotomy, the thymus was dissected out from the fetus and transplanted at the prepared site in the subcutaneous space of the axilla and the skin closed by (00 vicryl) atraumatic interrupted suture.
If a hysterotomy or hysterectomy would preserve the health of a woman, the Nebraska statute would require the physician to resort to those procedures, even though they present far greater risks to the woman's health and future fertility than the banned procedures.
They would have to slice the uterus in half, lengthwise, when the walls of the uterus are still very thick because they haven't expanded yet,'' she said of the hysterotomy.
A second consent was taken from the donor mothers admitted for hysterotomy and ligation who contributed the fetal tissues.
Other factors included development of more effective methods of local and general anesthesia, use of osmotic methods of cervical dilation such as laminaria tents (seaweed sticks), physicians' greater willingness to reevacuate a uterus that might not be empty and abandonment of hysterotomy for abortion.
While it is unlikely that more mature fetal brain tissue will be advantageous for foreseeable applications, it is true that accurate dissection of the relevant portion of fetal brain would be simplified by use of an intact fetus removed from the uterus by hysterotomy.
13-17] Dye dilution by amniocentesis, or direct measurement of AFV at caesarean section or hysterotomy, are the best reference standards, [19] but are difficult to do and would have been invasive or inappropriate here, as these women were not scheduled for immediate delivery.
The robotic platform gives surgeons greater capability of successfully repairing deep hysterotomy defects and provides them with a more achievable minimally invasive option to offer patients.
In an adjacent OT, a fetus was collected from a mother undergoing hysterotomy and ligation (up to 20 weeks) under general anaesthesia, for each case.
For example, in hysterotomy abortions (which are similar to Caesarian deliveries), children have emerged alive.
Adhesions favor two anatomic areas in patients who have had a CD: (1) between the hysterotomy site/bladder flap and anterior peritoneum and (2) between the anterior uterine serosa and anterior abdominal wall.
Hysterotomy facilitation of the vaginal delivery of the posterior arm in a case of severe shoulder dystocia.