A study conducted in Southern India most of the hysterectomies were performed abdominally
(75.5%) then vaginally (7.8%) and rest laproscopically (6.6%).18 In our study 58.33% hysterectomies were performed abdominally
and 41.67% were performed vaginally.
obese patients with metabolic syndrome showed similar IL-1[beta] serum levels than those found in metabolic syndrome patients without central obesity (Figure 3(a)).
Prud'homme et al., "Contribution of interleukin-6 and tumor necrosis factor-alpha to the elevated C-reactive protein levels found in abdominally
obese men," Obesity Research, vol.
According to BMI, 29.6% of women were overweight and 15.4% were obese, while according to their WHR, almost 40% of women were not abdominally
obese and 60.1% were abdominally
obese (Figure 1).
This delay could have compromised the integrity of the bowel leading many surgeons to approach this case abdominally
In ECV, the fetus is turned abdominally
to cephalic presentation for a trial of vaginal delivery.
First two thick hospital gynae pads were placed abdominally
at the uterine fundus.
The motion was transmitted to the fundus of the uterus and could be felt abdominally
. The Hegar dilator was pushed gently in this area in an upward and anterior direction.
There were really only 2 ways to perform a hysterectomy: vaginally (TVH--total vaginal hysterectomy) and abdominally
(TAH--total abdominal hysterectomy).
The rats were randomly divided into two groups (n = 20) and anesthetized by abdominally
injecting chloral hydrate (10%, 0.35 mL/100 g).
Males had a higher prevalence of smoking (p=0.042), hypertension based on blood pressure readings (p=0.001), and TC/HDL-C ratio >8 (p=0.031), while more females were obese (p=0.007) and abdominally
Retained testicles are smaller than scrotal testicles, and abdominally
retained testicles are smaller than inguinally retained testicles.
In accordance, it was shown that GH administration has reduced abdominal fat in the abdominally
obese men (18) and might improve social presentation of appearance (14).
In conclusion, over-weight and abdominally
obese male population cohort from local Pakistani populations with hyperglycemia, dyslipidemia and pre-hypertension, seem at higher risk of developing MetS.
Using WC, 25.84% (n=3381) of the participants were classified as being abdominally
obese, and the remaining patients were classified as normal (n=9703).