peritoneoscopy


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peritoneoscopy

[‚per·ə·tə‚nē′äs·kə·pē]
(medicine)
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Two years' experience and 119 PD catheter placed with peritoneoscopy control and Y-TEC system.
Presentation and role of peritoneoscopy in the diagnosis of tuberculous peritonitis.
Peritoneoscopy also became an important technique which enabled the gynaecologist to examine the pelvic organs of women.
Steve Golladay and Sue Hutter et al (14) used either rectal Paracetamol 30 mg/kg or caudal bupivacaine alone in 32 children undergoing peritoneoscopy and found that 54% children in the rectal Paracetamol group did not require any further analgesia in 24 hours post-op period, confirms the post-operative analgesia of paracetamol used when alone.