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EtymologyEdit

intra- +‎ abdominal

AdjectiveEdit

intrabdominal (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of intraabdominal
    • 2015 July 25, Federico Coccolini et al., “The open abdomen, indications, management and definitive closure”, in World Journal of Emergency Surgery : WJES[1], volume 10, DOI:10.1186/s13017-015-0026-5:
      2 Synthetic mesh sutured to the fascial edges to maintain the traction and prevent the fascial retraction with a plastic sheet posed under in direct contact with the intrabdominal content to protect the bowel Another implementation of the system was introduced by the AB-Thera (KCI, San Antonio, TX) with the use of spider-like sponge that allow a better fluid drainage and a better wound contraction and with a reported primary fascia closure rate of 89 % [ 53, 54 ].