abdominal section n.
abdominal section fifty-three and a half hours after accident.
Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 George Henry Makins
In intussusception not relieved by medical means the propriety of abdominal section is questionable.
A System of Practical Medicine By American Authors, Vol. II Various
The internal yolk-sack falls into three sections; a cephalic section, a section in the neck, and an abdominal section.
The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume II (of 4) Francis Maitland Balfour
If diagnosed before rupture, the sac must be removed by abdominal section.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 12, Slice 7 Various
- Abdominal thrust
noun another name for Heimlich manoeuvre
of, in, on, or for the : abdominal wall; abdominal pains. Usually, abdominals. Informal. the abdominal muscles. Historical Examples He has no bones broken in that strong frame of his, but the grindstones have bruised him abdominally. Two Knapsacks John Campbell adj. 1550s, from medical Latin abdominalis, from abdomen (genitive abdominis); see abdomen.
of, in, on, or for the : abdominal wall; abdominal pains. Usually, abdominals. Informal. the abdominal muscles. n. short for “abdominal muscles,” attested by 1980; see abdominal. adj. 1550s, from medical Latin abdominalis, from abdomen (genitive abdominis); see abdomen.
abdominocentesis abdominocentesis ab·dom·i·no·cen·te·sis (āb-dŏm’ə-nō-sěn-tē’sĭs) n. Surgical puncture of the abdomen by a needle to withdraw fluid; abdominal paracentesis. Also called celiocentesis, celioparacentesis.