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Abdominal Wall and GI
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layers 1, 3, 5 are _________________ and are more _______________________
layers 2 and 4 are more _______________________________ and are made up of ___________________________
transverse pyloras wall thickness is generally up to _____________________ mm
pyloras length is up to ________________ mm based on age
_______________________________ presents with nausea, fever, diarrhea, leukocytosis, rlq pain, rebound tenderness RLQ, McBurney's point
________________________________________is the name given to the point over the right side of the abdomen that is one-third of the distance from the anterior superior iliac spine to the umbilicus (navel).
This point roughly corresponds to the most common location of the base of the appendix where it is attached to the cecum
lack peristalsis, non compressible, blindended, increase blood flow, target shape in transverse, diameter greater than 6mm cross section, wall greater than 3 mm
what are some sonographic findings of appendicitis?
echogenic structure with posterior shadowing
protrusion of a peritoneal-lines sac through a defect in a weakened abd wall
a ____________________ reduces with pressure
umbilical, epigastric, femoral, inguinal rings, hiatul, spigelian
what are some different types of hernias?
Develops through the Spigelian fascia and happens between muscles and often edge of rectus abd muscle @ the Semilunar line
The area that is most common for a spigelian hernia is below the __________________________ b/c lack of post rectus sheath
Area where rectus sheath aponeurosis of trv abd and internal oblique pass anteriorly instead of posteriorly to rectus abd muscle
Spigelian hernias are difficult to feel b/c they are _________________________and doesn't show outward signs b/c it penetrates between muscle
left colic flexure
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