Abdominal Wound Infections
This manual provides a guide to the whole field of abdominal wound infections and healing. Topics such as wound dehiscence, wound closure, wound healing, and wound closure and preventing infections are of utmost importance to the OB/GYN or the resident in training.
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Introduction David Charles M D
Abdominal Incision Kermit E Krantz M D
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