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Ring

A place on an exchange assigned for the trading of certain commodities, futures, or options. It is also called a pit or a trading pit.
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ring

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The prevalence in white children at birth ranges from 10-30% and at 1 year of age decreases to 2-10%.1 UH occurs because of the failure of the umbilical ring to contract and close after ligation of the umbilical cord.
Several theories have been proposed to explain the development of ectopic liver at different sites: development of an accessory lobe of the liver with atrophy or regression of the original connection to the main liver, (4) migration or displacement of a portion of the cranial part (Pars hepatica) of the liver bud to other sites, (6) dorsal budding of hepatic tissue before the closing of the pleuroperitoneal canal (may explain how EL develops in the thoracic cavity such as esophagus, pericardium, intra pleural or extra pleural), (7) trapping of hepatocyte-destined mesenchyma in different areas (8) and entrapment of nests of cells in the region of the foregut following closure of the diaphragm or umbilical ring. (9)
During the Hasson or open technique, many surgeons use the umbilical ring to gain entry into the abdominal cavity.