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viscus

[′vis·kəs]
(anatomy)
Singular of viscera.
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Surgical intervention may include resection of a perforated viscus with re anastomosis or the creation of a controlled fistula.
There were 8 intraoperative complications (0.77%), 3 due to bleeding, and 5 related to hollow viscus injury, 4 (80%) of which were caused by third and fourth year residents.
Habeas Viscus: Racializing Assemblages, Biopolitics, and Black Feminist Theories of the Human.
Then, tissue samples of eyestalk, muscle, sexual, intestinal and viscus of P.
Riopel has also teamed up with researchers at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Lakehead University in Thunder Bay and the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, who are studying the impacts of patients using the Viscus following total knee replacement.
Differential diagnosis of perforation of the hollow viscus organ, which is an emergency situation, should be made in the presence of right infradiagraphmatic air.
Although hollow viscus injuries resulting from blunt abdominal trauma (BAT) are fortunately rare, they convey a high morbidity and mortality.
When the prosthesis fitting is defective or absent, the prosthesis can migrate, be in contact with the viscera, and be inserted into hollow viscus thus injured [2].
A small incision was made over and the semi viscus clear fluid was drained out.
The five leading diagnoses associated with overall mortality in Group I were malignancy (20.1%), Trauma (13.7%), perforated viscus (12.9%) soft tissue infections (12.2%) and GI bleeds (11.5%).
(11) More recendy Alexander Weheliye, in Habeas Viscus: Racializing Assemblages, Biopolitics, and Black Feminist Theories of the Human, describes with greater particularity the processes that produce and legitimate race as a marker for Man's constituent other.
This study attempts to evaluate the prognostic value of MPI scoring system in patients with peritonitis due to hollow viscus perforation, to assess it as a clinical tool in stratifying these patients according to individual surgical risk.