parietal peritoneum


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parietal peritoneum

[pə′rī·əd·əl ‚per·ə·tə′nē·əm]
(anatomy)
The portion of the peritoneum lining the interior of the body wall.
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Effects of closure versus non-closure of the visceral and parietal peritoneum at cesarean section: Does it have any effect on postoperative vital signs?
the innervation of the subdiaphragmatic portion of the parietal peritoneum by the phrenic nerve could, potentially, cause STP;
When c-sections are performed, surgeons must cut through the parietal peritoneum layer.
At laparoscopic evaluation on D77 the pericardium membrane was not clearly distinguishable and only the presence of healing tissue overlaid with parietal peritoneum could be visualized on previously fixed implant place.
A randomized study comparing nonclosure and closure of visceral and parietal peritoneum during caesarean section: J of Obst & Gyn of India, 61:48-52; 2011.
The base of the telltale triangle sign is classically formed by free air abutting the anterior parietal peritoneum, with the apex of the triangle pointing posteriorly, formed by free air interposed between 2 or more loops of gas-filled bowel adjacent to the anterior abdominal wall (Figure 35).
On operation a 5 6 cm gangeranous mass adhered to parietal peritoneum in previous midline scar of abdomen was found.
10), (30) Lyell et al (10) concluded that "the practice- of nonclosure of the parietal peritoneum at cesarean delivery should be questioned" in an effort to reduce adhesion formation.
For example, in a non-randomized study, Lyell and colleagues (1) found closure of parietal peritoneum at cesarean delivery to be associated with less adhesion formation than nonclosure.
In peritoneal MM, the visceral and parietal peritoneum is extensively involved by nodules and plaques.
Schier in his laparoscopic experiences advocated the use of a laparasocopic technique to completely resect the patent processus vaginalis and the parietal peritoneum surrounding the internal inguinal ring.