intraabdominal


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intraabdominal

[¦in·trə·ab′däm·ən·əl]
(anatomy)
Occurring or being within the cavity of the abdomen.
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Excised omentum and sac were sent for the routine histopathological examination which showed deposits of metastasis from hidden intraabdominal adenocarcinoma .
The aim and objective of our study were to evaluate preoperative laparoscopy as an additional tool to diagnose, assess staging and operability of intraabdominal tumors and whether preoperative laparoscopic assessment makes a significant change in decision making regarding and protocol of treatment.
Retroperitoneal teratomas posed a significant problem in the differential diagnosis of an intraabdominal mass due to the young age of the patient.
On the other hand, the rate of bile leaks doubled from 3% in the first decade to 6% in the next, and intraabdominal abscess rates climbed from nonexistent in the prelaparoscopic era to 4% of cases.
9% saline to correct the shock state, and ultrasound revealed free intraabdominal fluid.
Wound infections, bleeding, and intraabdominal abscess are short-term complications of appendectomy, while incisional hernia, bowel obstruction, and stump appendicitis (SA) are long-term complications (2).
SH, also known as hernia of semilunar line, is the protrusion of preperitoneal fat, peritoneal sac or intraabdominal organs through a congenital or acquired defect in the Spigelian zone.
Background: Intraabdominal adhesions remain a significant cause of morbidity and mortality.
There is a report of an adult patient from Ankara with bilateral inguinal LAP and intraabdominal abscess (9).
Lots of methods have been proposed in order to realise computer aided diagnosis of intraabdominal organs.

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