abdominal wall

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a wall of the abdomen

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Conclusion: Our study results show that, in the supine resting position, the muscles of the lateral abdominal wall are thinner in AIS patients.
From January 2005 to September 2005, our hospital treated six patients of the huge chest wall under part tumor, which caused part of the defects in the chest, abdominal wall, and diaphragm muscle.
Despite its ubiquitous use, there is no ideal technique described to standardise mesh placement during abdominal wall reconstruction.
Judiel added that J-Ann needed to undergo two more operations-one, to create a hole in his anus and the second one, to be done after six months, to close the temporary opening in his abdominal wall (reverse colostomy).
ASPS Member Surgeon David Light, MD, and colleagues of the Cleveland Clinic identify the anatomy and describe a dissection technique for total abdominal wall transplantation.
At the end of the surgery, the opening in the abdominal wall muscles was closed while ensuring this caused no undue pressure on the vital organs in the abdominal cavity.
Endometrioma of the abdominal wall masquerading as hernia.
There were multiple gas containing abscesses in the abdominal wall.
Keywords: Abdominal wall hernia, inguinal hernia, Spigelian hernia, ventral hernia
Ultrasonographic examination of the abdominal wall showed tumefaction measuring 55x25 mm.
Keywords: Abdominal wall, Single layer closure (SLC), Tension suture closure (TSC), Wound dehiscence (WD).
An abnormal signal intensity lesion was seen within the abdominal wall on the left of midline, overlying the left rectus abdominis muscle and inseparable from it.
We report a very rare case of a 79-year-old man, known to be hepatitis C virus carrier with a metastatic tumor in abdominal wall caused by seeding of tumor after three years following a percutaneous biopsy procedure.
These two terms can be confused because they both involve a surgeon fashioning an opening from the intestine through the skin of the abdominal wall.
Al-Rabeeah said that the twins underwent clinical tests, which showed they were conjoined at the abdominal wall and the lower chest, and they shared the liver with abdominal wall defects.