Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated within the cavity of the abdomen.
“Mason also was diagnosed with Prune Belly Syndrome, which involves absent or deficient abdominal wall muscles, intra-abdominal (undescended) testes, and an abnormally dilated urinary tract.”
“A functional evaluation of an intra-abdominal model.”
“Because a spay is an intra-abdominal procedure (we have to go inside the delicate abdomen), it's more complicated.”
“The pathologist said he concluded that Tomlinson died of an arrythmic heart attack, through a "process of elimination", despite discovering that the man had suffered a "large intra-abdominal bleed".”
“Compared to regular or even occasional breakfast eaters, consistent breakfast skippers (n = 20) had significantly more intra-abdominal adipose tissue.”
“Although the two groups showed no difference in total body fat, lean body mass, intra-abdominal and subcutaneous fat, or liver fat, individuals with the MC4R defect had significantly lower blood pressure.”
“Ensuring that the carbohydrates taken in end up as an internal intra-abdominal fat pad; when that's full:”
“That's important because belly fat, also called visceral or intra-abdominal fat, is considered particularly dangerous, he says.”
“The exercisers who did the most — 60 minutes, six days a week — decreased their intra-abdominal fat by 10%, says Anne McTiernan, an internist and director of the Prevention Center at Fred Hutchinson.”
“Without altering food intake or exercise, the rats tested experienced decreased metabolic rates, increased body weight and intra-abdominal fat, suggesting it is not just our food choices that are problematic.”
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