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*  Retroperitoneal hemorrhage
... (or retroperitoneal hematoma) refers to an accumulation of blood found in the retroperitoneal space ...
*  Retroperitoneal space
The retroperitoneal space (retroperitoneum) is the anatomical space (sometimes a potential space) in the abdominal cavity ... in the retroperitoneal such as the aorta or inferior vena cava into the retroperitoneal space can lead to a retroperitoneal ... Perirenal space Anterior pararenal space Posterior pararenal space Structures that lie behind the peritoneum are termed " ... Retroperitoneal fibrosis Retroperitoneal lymph node dissection Intraperitoneal Gray's Anatomy for Students, 2nd Ed. 2010. Pg. ...
*  Mesentery
December 1986). "The retroperitoneal spaces revisited". AJR. American Journal of Roentgenology. 147 (6): 1155-61. doi:10.2214/ ... consequently the ascending colon also becomes retroperitoneal". To reconcile these differences, several theories of embryologic ...
*  Inferior gluteal nerve
"Surgical Anatomy of the Retroperitoneal Spaces, Part Iv: Retroperitoneal Nerves." American Surgeon 76.3 (2010): 253-62. Print. ... such as superficial or geographically constrained spaces. Subclinical electromyographic abnormalities of both the superior and ...
*  Mansonella perstans
They also can live in mesentery, perirenal spaces, retroperitoneal spaces, or the pericardium, and mature into adults. Adults ...
*  Professional Medical Film
... in the retroperitoneal space, particularly the adrenal and kidney glands (10 min., color). PMF 5290 - PMF 5291 - PMF 5292 - PMF ... Radical Retroperitoneal Node Dissection in the Treatment of Testicular Tumors; Dissection of germinal tumors; seminoma, ... for gently curving incision to prevent later keloid formation or contracture by avoiding flexion creases in popliteal space (7 ...
*  Lymphocele
... and is most commonly found in the retroperitoneal space. Spontaneous development is rare. Many lymphoceles are asymptomatic. ... fluid may accumulate in an anatomic space resulting in a lymphocele. Typical operations leading to lymphocysts are renal ...
*  Rectal foreign body
... this may lead to a peritonitis due to the feces or an abscess in the retroperitoneal space. Smaller objects that injure the ...
*  Penetrating trauma
... especially those in the retroperitoneal space, can bleed profusely, and the space can hold a large volume of blood. If the ... The space left by tissue that is destroyed by the penetrating object as it passes through forms a cavity; this is called ...
*  Failed back syndrome
Virtually every major structure in the abdomen and the posterior retroperitoneal space has been injured, at some point, by ... Lähde S, Puranen J (August 1985). "Disk-space hypodensity in CT: the first radiological sign of postoperative diskitis". Eur J ... Fibrous scarring can also be a complication within the subarachnoid space. It is notoriously difficult to detect and evaluate. ... Arachnoiditis is a broad term denoting inflammation of the meninges and subarachnoid space. A variety of causes exist, ...
*  Abdominal trauma
... especially those in the retroperitoneal space, can bleed profusely, and the space can hold a great deal of blood. Solid ...
*  Self-surgery
After eight hours he had had minimal blood loss but was unable to obtain adequate exposure to enter the retroperitoneal space ...
*  Surgical positions
... patient's abdomen is placed over a lift in the operating table that bends the body to allow access to the retroperitoneal space ...
*  Dracunculiasis
... and then enter into the abdominal cavity and retroperitoneal space. After maturation, which takes approximately three months, ...
*  Extraperitoneal space
It includes: Retroperitoneal space, situated posteriorly to the peritoneum Preperitoneal space, situated anteriorly to the ... prevesical space perivesical space perirectal space O'Connell AM, Duddy L, Lee C, Lee MJ (2007). "CT of pelvic extraperitoneal ... peritoneum Retropubic space, deep to the pubic bone Retro-inguinal space, deep to the inguinal ligament The space in the pelvis ... The extraperitoneal space is the portion of the abdomen and pelvis which does not lie within peritoneum. ...
*  Cancer of unknown primary origin
... and men with lymph node deposits in the mediastinum of the chest and/or retroperitoneal space of the abdomen may have a germ ...
*  Abdominal compartment syndrome
... occurs when tissue fluid within the peritoneal and retroperitoneal space (either edema, ... SIRS leads to leakage of fluid out of the capillary beds into the interstitial space in the entire body with a profound amount ... When increased compression occurs in such a hollow space, organs will begin to collapse under the pressure. As the pressure ... retroperitoneal blood or free fluid in the abdomen) accumulates in such large volumes that the abdominal wall compliance ...
*  List of MeSH codes (A01)
... retroperitoneal space MeSH A01.047.050 --- abdominal wall MeSH A01.047.365 --- groin MeSH A01.047.412 --- inguinal canal MeSH ...
*  Peritoneum
... "retroperitoneal" (e.g., the kidneys), and those structures below the intraperitoneal space are called "subperitoneal" or " ... The space between these two layers is technically outside of the peritoneal sac, and thus not in the peritoneal cavity. The ... Some structures, such as the kidneys, are "primarily retroperitoneal", while others such as the majority of the duodenum, are " ... The abdominal cavity (the space bounded by the vertebrae, abdominal muscles, diaphragm, and pelvic floor) is different from the ...
*  Urinothorax
The urine arrives in the pleural space either retroperitoneally under the posterior diaphragm, or via the retroperitoneal ...
*  Spatium
... space Intraperitoneal space Pleural space Potential space Pterygomandibular space Quadrangular space Retroperitoneal space ... Retropubic space Subarachnoid space Subdural space Sublingual space Submandibular space Submasseteric space Traube's space Body ... Axillary space Buccal space Canine space Cystohepatic triangle Deep perineal space Deep temporal space Epidural space ... space Fascial spaces of the head and neck Infratemporal space Intercostal space Intermembrane space Interstitial spaces Mental ...
*  Gallium scan
Diagnosis and follow-up of medical treatment of retroperitoneal fibrosis. Evaluation and follow-up of drug-induced pulmonary ... Diagnosing vertebral osteomyelitis and/or disk space infection where Ga-67 is preferred over labeled leukocytes. ...
*  Open aortic surgery
The infrarenal aorta can be approached via a transabdominal midline or paramedian incision, or via a retroperitoneal approach. ... thoracic aorta are approached via a left-sided posteriolateral thoracotomy incision in approximately the 9th intercostal space ... describes a technique whereby an abdominal or retroperitoneal surgical incision is used to visualize and control the aorta for ...
*  Index of anatomy articles
... retrogastric area retromandibular vein Retromolar space retroperitoneal retropharyngeal space retroversion retrovisceral space ... subarachnoid cisternae subarachnoid space subcallosal gyrus subclavian artery subclavian vein subdural hematoma subdural space ... quadrangular membrane quadrangular space quadrate quadratojugal quadriceps quadrigeminal body quadrigeminal plate quadrigeminal ... Jacksonian seizure jaw jejunum joint joint capsule joint space jugular jugular foramen jugular notch jugum juxtaglomerular ...
*  Lymphangioleiomyomatosis
Unlike the dilated airspaces in emphysema, the cystic spaces found in LAM may be partially lined with hyperplastic type II ... Lymphangioleiomyomatoses are fluid-filled hypodense structures present in the retroperitoneal regions of the abdomen and pelvis ... Grossly, LAM lungs are enlarged and diffusely cystic, with dilated air spaces as large as several centimeters in diameter. ... LAM lesions often contain an abundance of lymphatic channels, forming an anastomosing meshwork of slit-like spaces lined by ...
*  Abdomen
The space above this inlet and under the thoracic diaphragm is termed the abdominal cavity. The boundary of the abdominal ... Anatomists call the latter type of organs retroperitoneal. Digestive tract: Stomach, small intestine, large intestine with ...