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Business Segment

A division or subset of a business' operations, especially in large corporations. For a division to be considered a segment, it must directly earn revenue for the company. For example, a heavily diversified corporation may have one segment dedicated to telecommunications, another to manufacturing, and a third to energy. It is also known simply as a segment. Internally, each segment's expenses and revenues are accounted for separately.

segment

An identifiable part of a business organization. For example, a large corporation might have a number of segments including industrial, aerospace, and leisure products. Also called business segment.
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The definitive resection specimen consisted of a uterus measuring 110 x 87 x 68 mm and weighing 290 g, with a tumor originating in the right lower uterine segment.
Reconstruction of the uterus is via interrupted sutures beginning from the lower uterine segment anteriorly and posteriorly until joining at the fundus.
30) That begs the question: As multiple cesarean sections may predispose to a thinner lower uterine segment, is thermal balloon ablation a safe choice in patients presenting with abnormal uterine bleeding with a history of multiple cesarean sections?
The ones that were confined to the lower uterine segment and midbody were much harder to detect.
Following the realization that the lower uterine segment is less prone to active contraction and therefore less likely to rupture, transverse uterine incisions were encouraged in virtually all circumstances, and rupture of the uterus with repeat cesarean section became less of an issue.
Beyond 12-14 weeks, in fact, it becomes almost impossible with a laparoscopic approach to gently manipulate the uterus to see both the front and back of the lower uterine segment.
Option 1: Wedge Technique Divide cervix in anteroposterior plane to lower uterine segment.
For successful vaginal hysterectomy with morcellation, the lower uterine segment must be mobile enough to allow control of the uterine arteries and entry into the anterior and posterior cul-de-sacs.