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Spontaneous evisceration is an extremely rare complication of UH.
In contrast, women with bowel evisceration have a surgical emergency because of the risk of peritonitis and bowel injury.
A 5 years old non-descript doe was brought with history of evisceration of ocular contents (Fig.
4) Stretching and tearing of the small bowel mesentery during evisceration results in necrosis, which is associated with mortality of up to (10) %.
As with other racial genocides, there is a specificity to anti-black genocide that requires its own elaborative schema: While the slave and apartheid economic systems certainly depended on the captive African's labor, those systems also produced the enslaved/captive African in a regime of terror and physiological violence, constantly bringing the African into close proximity with the possibility of death--of oneself, loved ones, and other black people--as part of a broader logic of evisceration that is/ was entirely genocidal in its mobilizations and effects (e.
evisceration, enucleation, birds of prey, ocular trauma, avian, eastern screech owl, Megascops asio, great horned owl, Bubo virginianus, barred owl, Strix varia, red-tailed hawk, Buteo jamaicensis, bald eagle, Haliaeetus leucocephalus
The sectors of reception, evisceration, packaging, freezing, bleeding, plucking and loading have particularities and different levels of exposure to stressful agents (Albuquerque, 2007).
Wade and his colleague Andrew Nelson looked through the literature to see how eviscerations really took place and also conducted CT scans and 3D reconstructions on seven mummies.
Partial abdominal evisceration, ex vivo resection, and intestinal autotransplantation for the treatment of pathologic lesions of the root of the mesentery.
The first report of vaginal evisceration was described by Hyernaux in 1864, as disruption of the anterior wall of the proximal vagina, resulting in prolapse of the abdominal contents (1).
American death metal doyens Cannibal Corpse had just raised the first of many vicious pits with the opening one-two to the head of Evisceration Plague and The Time To Kill Is Now.