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adjective absorbed, domestic, domesticus, enclosed, implanted, infixed, ingrained, inmost, innate, inner, innermost, inside, interior, intestinus, private, under the surface, within boundary lines
Associated concepts: internal affairs, Internal Revenue
See also: domestic, household, inherent, interior, intrinsic, subjective
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1E), and the sublay patch of the device was stretched to cover internal inguinal ring from the posterior side (Fig.
Average time required for internal inguinal ring closure using simple interrupted intracorporeal sutures in horses suffering from inguinal herniation was reported to be 110 minutes (CARON & BRAKENHOFF, 2008).
Diagnostic laparoscopy revealed a massive right-sided cystic structure extending from the internal inguinal ring displacing the colon and extending up to the level of the umbilicus, consistent with ASH (Figure 2).
If they had a concurrent open internal inguinal ring, the laparoscopic approach was used to repair the open internal ring and to perform the pyloromyotomy.
An open internal inguinal ring is not an inguinal hernia.
Contents of the inguinal canal, in particular, the right spermatic cord, were identified as emerging from the right internal inguinal ring. Adjacent to the spermatic cord, however, an unidentified tubulo-muscular structure passing from the internal inguinal ring could be seen (Fig.
It is therefore the radiologic landmark to identify indirect inguinal hernias, which pass through the internal inguinal ring with the hernia neck lateral to the artery.
The first was in the upper pelvis just posterior to the right internal inguinal ring. Two additional masses were noted superiorly along the right abdominal wall, adjacent to the liver (Figures 2, 3, and 4).
Greater Omentum was found occupying the right iliac fossa with pus, on further dissection, a Perforated Appendix was found adherent near the internal inguinal ring (fig-3).