A surgically created opening from the small intestine to the abdominal surface for the passage of stool.
the surgical creation of an opening between the surface of the skin and the ileum, the lowermost section of the small intestine.
This is when the open end of the healthy ileum is diverted to the surface of the abdomen and secured there to form a new exit for waste matter. back
The surgical creation of an opening into the ileum; the opening created when the ilium is surgically attached to the abdominal wall.
An operation to remove the entire colon and rectum (large bowel). A new opening (a stoma) is made for body waste by bringing the end of the small bowel to the surface of the abdomen. A bag is worn to collect the waste.
a surgically created opening from the ileum of the small intestine to the abdominal wall.
the surgical construction of a stoma made of ileum(small intestine) on the skin. Typically in urological patients, a small segment of ileum is separated away from the rest of the stool stream. The ureters are attached to the internal end of the blind-ending tube of ileum. Therefore, urine can flow to the outside of the body through the ileostomy and must be collected into a bag(appliance) since this is incontinent. In the cloacal exstrophy patient, an ileostomy is a stoma made of ileum which is in continuity with the stool stream. Therefore, this ileostomy shunts stool to the appliance; the ureters are not surgically connected to this ileostomy.
surgical procedure that creates an opening from the ileum through the abdominal wall to function as an anus; performed in cases of cancer of the colon or ulcerative colitis
a common type of ostomy in intestinal surgery (connecting the small intestine to the skin) along with a "colostomy" (connecting the large intestine to the skin)
an artificial opening that is created in the bowel for stool to pass through
an opening between the surface of the skin and the small intestine, while a colostomy is an opening between the surface of the skin and the colon
an opening created in the small intestine to bypass the colon for stool elimination
an opening in the abdominal wall through which digested food passes
an opening into the ileum (small intestine) and is usually sited on the right lower side of the abdomen
an opening on the abdomen through which stool leaves the body
a procedure in which a part of the small intestine is brought through the skin of the abdomen
a similar operation in which the lower part of the small intestine is routed to the stoma
a surgical alternative for patients who are not good candidates for an ileoanal anastomosis
a surgically created opening between the small bowel and the skin of the abdomen through which stool and gas are passed
a surgically created opening in the abdomen, through which a portion of the ileum is brought to the surface of the skin
a surgically created opening into the ileum
a surgically created opening into the small intestine, through the abdomen
a surgically created opening that allows waste to leave the body through the small intestine
a surgically formed opening into the lower part of the small intestine (the ileum), which is then brought out through the abdominal wall creating a mouth or opening known as a stoma
a surgical procedure in which a portion of the intestines, called the ileum, is removed
a surgical procedure that involves cutting the small intestine and connecting it to an opening on the outside of the abdomen
a tubular bowel segment attached to a stoma at the abdomen that drains into a bag outside the abdomen
A surgically created hole in the abdomen in which a part of the small intestine is brought through to the skin surface. A bag must be worn over the hole to collect bowel movements. A temporary ileostomy may be needed to allow some bowel tissue to heal after chronic inflammation has been treated.
An opening in the body wall, created surgically, so the ileum can drain into an attached bag.
A surgical procedure in which an opening, called a stoma, is created in the ileum, allowing the stool to exit the body into an appliance.
An opening in the abdominal wall, created by surgery, to allow the ileus (part of the intestine above the colon) to empty directly outside of the body.
a surgical procedure in which an opening is constructed through the abdominal wall into the terminal ileum (the last part of the small intestine).
diversion of fecal waste from the ileum out to the skin, through a surgically created opening in the abdominal wall
An operation which makes it possible for stool to leave the body after the colon and rectum have been removed.
A surgical opening in the abdomen where the small intestine comes out to allow stool to be emptied into a collection bag.
An artificial opening in the skin of the abdomen, leading to the small bowel.
A surgical opening from the small bowel (ileum) to the surface of the abdomen, forming a stoma for the discharge of stool (fecal material).
A surgical procedure in which the lower part of the small intestine (the ileum) is cut and brought to an opening in the abdominal wall, where feces can be passed out of the body.
the surgical creation of an opening from the ileum to the skin.
Surgical creation of an artificial opening through which the last segment of the small intestine discharges digestive waste material directly to the outside of the body through the skin.
This is a procedure in which part of the ileum is joined with the abdominal wall to create an opening suitable for expelling fecal material. The opening is referred to as a "stoma." The purpose of an ileostomy is to bypass the colon following surgery to give it a resting period for healing, or as an alternative route for fecal elimination after a proctocolectomy.
A surgically constructed connection between the small intestine (ileum) and the skin. Requires an appliance or "bag" to collect intestinal waste.
a surgical operation in which the cut end of the ileum is brought through an opening in the abdominal wall. Waste is then collected in a bag attached to the skin and fitted over the ileum, which is fashioned into a spout.
A surgically created opening of the abdominal wall to the ileum, allowing the diversion of fecal waste.
The entire large intestine is removed and the small bowel is brought up through surgical opening onto the abdomen. Stool is liquid and comes directly from the small bowel to an opening in the abdomen rather than out the rectum and is expelled into a bad in liquid form.
an artificial opening of the small bowel onto the wall of the abdomen.
A surgical procedure performed to create an opening in the ileum (the lower part of the small intestine) for the elimination of digestive wastes when the colon is removed.
an opening in the skin of the abdomen to which the small bowel is attached.
An operation that removes the colon, rectum, and anus. An opening is then made from the ileum through the abdominal wall.
An opening into the ileum, part of the small intestine, from the outside of the body. An ileostomy provides a new path for waste material to leave the body after part of the intestine has been removed.
An operation to create a new opening for the small bowel, on the wall of the abdomen.
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surgical opening from the ileum (next definition) to the surface of the abdomen to form a stoma.
operation that makes it possible for stool to leave the body after the colon and rectum are removed. An opening is made in the abdomen and the bottom of the small intestine (ileum) attaches to it.
The result of intestinal surgery where the far end of the, mall intestine is brought out to the skin surface. The small bowel contents are then collected in a bag attached to the skin. This is normally done only for severe large bowel disease because the fluid, bicarbonate and electrolyte losses can be difficult to treat or correct, especially on a long-term basis.
(ill-ee-oss-tuh-me) : an operation in which the end of the small intestine, the ileum, is brought out through an opening in the abdomen. The contents of the intestine, unformed stool, are expelled through this opening into a bag called an appliance.
An ileostomy is a stoma that has been constructed by bringing the end of the small intestine (the ileum) out onto the surface of the skin. Intestinal waste passes out of the ileostomy and is collected in an external bag stuck to the skin. Ileostomies are usually sited above the groin on the right hand side of the abdomen.