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Related to perforated: perforated eardrum, perforated ulcer
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having a hole cut through

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having a number or series of holes

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64 (10.8%) patients had perforated appendicitis and 7 (1.2%) patients had wall disruption on histopathologic examination, mean-while 42 (7.1%) received operative diagnoses and 15 (2.5%) received pathologic and operative diagnoses.
This is a prospective study of all patients who had operative intervention for perforated peptic ulcers at the Irrua specialist teaching hospital over a 5-year period between April 1st, 2010, and March 31, 2015.
All patients diagnosed clinically with perforated peptic ulcers, admitted to VS Hospital during the period of January 2013June 2014, were prospectively nonrandomized to undergo either conventional open or laparoscopic suture omental patch repair (consent and cafeteria approach).
The Individual Perforated Medicine Packaging is also the subject of Design Patent D700,069 S within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Models of partially perforated and plain wall structures were installed 5 m from the wave generator and the angle of position ([beta]) was changed from 10 to 40 degrees in order to give the effect of the incident wave angle variation.
Out of 14 patients of ileal perforation 6 (42.8%) with minimal contamination laparoscopic suture was applied while in 8 (57.1%) perforated loop was brought out by making small window and perforation was closed.
Each incident case of appendicitis was identified by a diagnostic code for nonperforated appendicitis [International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Canada (CIHI 2013) ICD-10-CA code K35.9] or perforated appendicitis (ICD-10-CA codes K35.0 and K35.1) and a concurrent procedural code for appendectomy (Canadian Classification of Health Interventions, 1.NV.89.DA and 1.NV.89.LA) (CIHI 2013).
With annual sales of about USD80m (EUR59m), Locker focuses on perforated and expanded metal for the non-residential sector, industrial flooring and handrails for the access systems market, as well as screening media for applications in the industrial and mining sectors.
Comparison of gas compositions of samples obtained from the 2011 perforated zones and recent 2012 perforated zones indicates a potential single gas column over the 217 metre interval between the top perforated and bottom perforated zones.
Royal Glamorgan consultant surgeon Timothy Havard said staff suspected his problems were due to a perforated bowel.
A MAN attacked in his car in an unprovoked attack suffered a perforated eardrum.
Conclusions: X-ray chest is a helpful tool in diagnosing majority of patients with a perforated duodenal ulcer.
The perforated Main Hoot zone of 4.4m at 969.6m-974m measured depth (MD) has a calculated net gas pay of four meters.
In some applications, the material is perforated and filled with a conductive material to conduct electrons through the material.