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  1. An abdominal wall fat pad biopsy is the removal of a small part of the abdominal wall fat pad for laboratory study of the tissue.
  2. ... when there is a weak spot in the abdominal wall. This allows the internal organs to bulge through ... completely. Other causes of a lump in the abdominal wall include: Hematoma (collection of blood under the skin ...
  3. An abdominal wall defect is an opening in the abdomen through which various abdominal organs can protrude. This opening varies in size and can usually be ...
  4. Omphalocele is considered an abdominal wall defect (a hole in the abdominal wall). The child's intestines usually stick out (protrude) through the hole. The condition looks ...
  5. ... the body because of a hole in the abdominal wall. ... gastroschisis are born with a hole in the abdominal wall. The child's intestines often stick out (protrude) through ...
  6. ... in the skin and muscles covering the belly (abdominal wall). The opening allows the intestines and sometimes other ... paralysis (muscles stop moving) of the small bowel. Abdominal wall hernia.
  7. Abdominal wall surgery is a procedure that improves the appearance of flabby, stretched-out abdominal (belly) muscles and ... simple mini-tummy tuck to more extensive surgery. Abdominal wall surgery is not the same as liposuction , which ...
  8. ... 2022:chap 67. Ledbetter DJ, Chabra S, Javid PJ. Abdominal wall defects. In: Gleason CA, Juul SE, eds. Avery's ... Elsevier; 2018:chap 73. Polites S, Nathan JD. Newborn abdominal wall defects. In: Wyllie R, Hyams JS, Kay M, ...
  9. ... the condition because of increased tension on the abdominal wall. The risk is higher with multiple births or ... and soft tissue in the front of the abdominal wall may be the only signs of this condition ...
  10. Gastroschisis is an abdominal wall defect to the side of the umbilical cord (umbilicus). The infant is born with intestines protruding through the defect ...
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