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.
Proposed abdominal sonographic staging to predict severity of liver diseases: analysis with peritoneoscopy and histology.
Blute, "Transvesical peritoneoscopy: initial clinical evaluation of the bladder as a portal for natural orifice translumenal endoscopic surgery," Mayo Clinic Proceedings, vol.
Transvesical endoscopic peritoneoscopy: intra-abdominal scarless surgery for urologic applications.
Clinicians entertained the idea of the presence of an abscess in the pseudocyst or that the pseudocyst might need to be endoscopically or surgically drained or biopsied via peritoneoscopy. The patient continued to report feeling better on the IP antibiotics, but continued to complain about nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain in the lower quadrants with no rebound tenderness or guarding.
Suzuki et al (1977) [12] found a tongue like protrusion from the QL in one case, while performing peritoneoscopy and percutaneous transhepatic portography.