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Umbilicus

um·bil·i·cus ( m-b l -k s, m b -l k s). n. pl.

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Tractatus Fuselagico-Umbilicus
Tractatus Fuselagico-Umbilicus. Dr. L.
Cosmetic In Search of the Ideal Female Umbilicus
The umbilicus is essential to the aesthetic appearance of the abdomen.
Umbilicus-Repair in Abdominoplasty
Egypt, J. Plast. Reconstr.
The umbilicus in laparoscopic surgery
World Laparoscopy Hospital. Essentials of Laparoscopic Surgery. The umbilicus in laparoscopic surgery.
Page 1 of 6 Disorders of the Umbilicus 2010/07/30 http://www
Jul 30, 2010 weeks, leaving a dry, “star-like” central abdominal scar that forms the umbilicus.

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An inverted V-shaped incision was made at the umbilicus, ultimately serving as the future skin flap to bring to the APV, and the 12-mm robotic camera was placed after Veress needle insufflation.
Evaluating the Colicky Foal
An umbilical hernia (which occurs when a piece of intestine protrudes down into a body wall defect in the umbilicus, or navel area) sometimes requires surgical correction.
Effectiveness of postgraduate training for learning extraperitoneal access for
New clinical trial compares transgastric, transvaginal, and laparoscopic
Both approaches are being compared with a version of traditional laparoscopic cholecystectomy in which a laparoscope is introduced through a 1-cm incision in or around the umbilicus, usually with three additional 0.5- to 1.
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Chest pain or discomfort can be anywhere, starting from jaw to the umbilicus. It is usually poorly localized and is best described as 'heaviness' and 'tightness' or a feeling of pressure.

Suggested Web Resources

Umbilicus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Umbilicus - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
um·bi·li·cus. noun \ˌəm-ˈbi-li-kəs, ˌəm-bə-ˈlī-\.
umbilicus - definition of umbilicus in the Medical dictionary - by the
umbilicus /um·bil·i·cus/ (um-bil´ĭ-kus) [L.] the navel; the scar marking the site of attachment of the umbilical cord in the fetus.
Disorders of the Umbilicus
Jan 13, 2010 A stark contrast is observed between the physiologic importance of the umbilicus during development and after birth.

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