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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The VAC system is gaining in popularity for the treatment of abdominal trauma, intraabdominal sepsis, and abdominal compartment syndrome (4).
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Besides breast surgery, as a general surgery team, we perform a wide range of operations, mostly in the abdominal cavity, for primary and secondary digestive, urologic and genital cancers, which brings intraabdominal metastases from breast cancer in our sphere of interest.
Wilms' tumor is one of the most common intraabdominal malignancies in pediatric patients, but continues to be a rare occurrence in adult patients.
Pulmonary complications, difficulties in early mobilization, deep venous thrombosis, intraabdominal abscess and bleeding, anastomotic problems and vascular injury were the reasons of post-operative mortality (15).
Verres ignesi daha kist icine girmeden aspiratore bagli tutuldugundan ve kist cevresinde intraabdominal C[O.sub.2] insuflasyonunun 12-15 mm Hg basinci ile ignenin kist icine girdigi yer etrafindan peritona kist sivisinin sizmasi engellenmistir.
Primary repair or anastomosis following segmentary small bowel resection was generally preferred in patients without intensive intraabdominal problems or abscesses, and in those free of signs of risk factors for intestinal anastomosis in their haemodynamic and laboratory parameters (e.g., acidosis, hypoproteinemia, severe hypotension, chronic steroid intake).
These parameters included postoperative pain, wound infection, intraabdominal sepsis, adhesive ileus and intestinal obstruction.
Intraabdominal pressure during Pilates: unlikely to cause pelvic floor harm.
We know that low intraabdominal pressure may compromise the visibility in surgical space and thus may increase the risk of conversion to laparotomy.

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