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umbilical

1. of, relating to, or resembling the umbilicus or the umbilical cord
2. in the region of the umbilicus
3. short for umbilical cord
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Upon arrival, the patient remained in respiratory distress and was hemodynamically unstable, and the placement of an umbilical catheter was attempted.
Methods: Clinical data of sixty-four cases with confirmed umbilical cord entry abnormity were reviewed and the specific UCEA conditions and the outcomes of perinatal infants were analyzed.
Further, key players of the industry like Aker Solutions, Nexans, Oceaneering, Parker, Technip, Sandvik, Tubacex, Tenaris SA and Fine Tubes are profiled based on their key clients, manufacturing capacity, major umbilical umbilical projects, etc.
All patients <16 years of age with a strangulated umbilical hernia were included in the study.
Material and Methods: Total of 66 patients with normal and abnormal Doppler umbilical artery waveforms with asymmetrical IUGR were included in the study.
'This is the first subsea umbilical award by ADNOC in the UAE and the first subsea award for Aker Solutions in the Persian Gulf,' said Luis Araujo, chief executive officer of Aker Solutions.
The first is through the peritoneum; the second is through the axillary, inguinal and paraaortic lymph nodes; the third is venous, spread through the anastomoses between the umbilical veins and the epigastric, lateral thoracic or internal mammary veins.
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Although very rare, umbilical cord hematoma (UCH) is a real serious complication of pregnancy.
The prenatal diagnosis of the reduction of umbilical arteries from two to one has been associated with adverse perinatal outcomes such as stillbirth and intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) [1-5].