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The target area of high-medium-differentiated mid-thoracic ESCC radiotherapy includes only the mid-mediastinal lymph node drainage region, and that of high-medium-differentiated lower-thoracic ESCC radiotherapy includes the lymph node drainage area in the middle and lower mediastinal and abdominal regions; and the radiotherapy target area of poorly differentiated mid-thoracic esophagus squamous carcinoma includes the mid-mediastinal and abdominal lymphatic drainage area, and that of poorly differentiated lower-thoracic ESCC includes the lymph node drainage area of the middle and lower mediastinal and abdominal areas.
Attachment was most commonly found in the caudal and abdominal regions. In this study, the parasite was not detected microscopically and histopathologically in the fish gills and head region.
In the physical examination; bowel sounds were normoactive with auscultation; there was tenderness in all abdominal regions and rebound in the right upper quadrant.
FDG PET/CT images demonstrated prominent hypometabolism in the occipital regions bilaterally (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)) apart from the FDG uptakes in the malign lymphatic infiltrations in the cervical and abdominal regions (Figure 1(c)).
Lipoatrophy (loss of peripheral subcutaneous fat from the face, arms, legs and buttocks, coupled with pronounced blood vessels in the arms and legs), can occur alone or in combination with lipohypertrophy (fat accumulation on the dorsocervical and abdominal regions).
USG abdomen also done by us; which showed large anterior abdominal wall muscular defect at left lower chest-upper abdominal regions with protrusion of abdominal contents through the defect on coughing impulse.
Two adult female goats weighing about 15 kgs were presented with variable history of itching, irritation, scratching around neck, thoracic and abdominal regions, resulting in hair loss and scab formation for past 10 days.