umbilical

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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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The Vancouver scar scale was used to evaluate the healing of the port entry site in the umbilical region, and cosmesis analysis was performed.
Circular infiltration anaesthesia was done at the umbilical region using 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride (Lox 2% (c)) at a dose of 4 mg/kg b.
Also, severe pain in the epigastric region is experienced by the patient along with bloating in the epigastric and umbilical regions. At times, the symptoms are so painful that they may cause sleepless nights with acute pain felt in the foregut region, specifically in the epigastric and umbilical regions.
On abdominal ultrasound there was a solid hypoechoic mass measuring 5.3A-4.8A-13.8 cm with central hyperechoic band in the right para umbilical region extending up to umbilicus.
Ten calves with a history of swelling in the umbilical region were treated with Strepto-Penicillin and Meloxicam administered intramuscularly for 5 days and routine dressing of the wound was carried out (Ganga et al.
Victoria Odita, 37, who developed incisional hernia in her infra umbilical region ( below the navel) owing to four Caesarean sections was rushed to the hospital emergency with her intestines hanging out of her body.
The structures that appear in the text related to the navel are: artery, fascia, and fissure, left side branch of the portal vein, umbilical region, umbilical ring and umbilical vein (1).
A one-day old, full term male, weighing 2.6 kg, was referred with a swelling at umbilical region. Baby was delivered at a local hospital through spontaneous vaginal delivery.