Items tagged “peritoneum”

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Peritoneal and bone metastases from breast cancer

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 22 Jan 2010
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Hepatocellular carcinoma with peritoneal metastasis

Note large HCC wi...
 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Wael Nemattalla
Published 21 Feb 2010
56% complete
CT
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Ovarian serous cystadenocarcinoma

Left sided pleura...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Hani Salam
Published 04 Sep 2010
71% complete
X-rayCT
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Peritoneal hydatidosis

Collapsed rupture...
 Diagnosis probable
Dr Gagandeep Choudhary
Published 30 Sep 2010
38% complete
Ultrasound
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Pseudomyxoma peritonei

Pseudomyxoma peritonei refers to the intraperitoneal accumulation of a gelatinous ascites secondary to rupture of a mucinous tumor. The most common cause is a ruptured mucinous tumor of the appendix/appendiceal mucocoele 10.   Occasionally, mucinous tumors of the colon, rectum, stomach, pancrea...
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Ascites

Ascites is defined as an abnormal amount of intraperitoneal fluid. Clinical presentation Patients with a large volume of ascites can present with abdominal distension (which may be painful), nausea, vomiting, dyspnea and peripheral edema 7, 9. Pathology Ascitic fluid is traditionally charact...
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Pneumoperitoneum

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Alexandra Stanislavsky
Published 28 Dec 2010
91% complete
X-ray
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Peritoneal mesothelioma

Peritoneal mesothelioma is an uncommon primary tumor of the peritoneal lining. It shares epidemiological and pathological features with but is less common than its pleural counterpart, which is described in detail in the general article on mesothelioma. Other subtypes (also discussed separately)...
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Peritoneal metastases

Peritoneal metastases are a relatively common location for metastases, particularly from tumors of the abdomen and pelvis, that generally imply a poor prognosis, often with a significant impact on palliation 1. Terminology If peritoneal metastases are of an epithelial origin (as most are) and ...
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Posterior right subhepatic space

The posterior right subhepatic space (also known as the hepatorenal fossa or Morison pouch) separates the liver from the right kidney. It is a potential space that is not filled with any fluid in normal conditions. Gross anatomy The posterior right subhepatic space is a subcompartment of the s...
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Median umbilical fold

The median umbilical fold is a raised ridge of parietal peritoneum in the deep aspect of the anterior abdominal wall overlying the median umbilical ligament. It runs from the apex of the bladder to the umbilicus. The median umbilical ligament is the anatomical remnant of the foetal urachus. The ...
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Medial umbilical folds

The medial umbilical folds are raised ridges of parietal peritoneum in the deep aspect of the anterior abdominal wall formed by the underlying medial umbilical ligaments. The paired folds run from pelvis to umbilicus. The medial umbilical ligaments are anatomical remnants of foetal umbilical art...
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Lateroconal fascia

The lateroconal fascia is the peritoneal thickening at the adjoining lateral borders of the anterior and posterior perirenal fasciae laterally. Congdon and Edson 1 first named it due to its location lateral to the perirenal space, and therefore the perirenal fascia, which is also known as the co...

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