Atlas of Surgical Techniques
Filled with over 300 detailed illustrations, this surgical atlas covers operative techniques and addresses major intraoperative pitfalls. Oriented toward general surgery, it includes advanced operations which a general surgeon may unexpectedly need to do, such as a ruptured aneurism or embolectomy. Chapters contain material on maxillectomy, radical neck dissection, mastectomy, the esophagus, stomach, biliary system, pancreas, colon, uterus and adnexia, and much more.
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A Radical Neck Dissection
B Thyroglossal Duct CystExcision
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3-0 chromic catgut abdominal adrenal gland anastomosis anatomic anteriorly aorta Babcock forceps bleeding branches carotid catgut catheter cephalad cervical clamp clavicle closed closure colon common duct continuous stitch cystic duct dissection distal dorsal duodenum electrocautery electrocoagulated esophagus excised exposed exposure external fascia femoral artery fibers finger flap forceps gallbladder gastric graft hemostasis hemostat hepatic hernia ileum iliac incision inferior inguinal inguinal ligament interrupted simple stitches interrupted stitches intestine jejunum lateral ligament ligated with 3-0 liver lobe lymph medially midline mobilized monofilament mucosa neck nerve opening oversewn pancreas patient pectoralis pectoralis major muscle pelvic Penrose drain performed peritoneum placed platysma portal vein portion position posterior proximal reapproximated rectum removed resection retracted retractor scissors side skin spleen splenic stapled stapler sternocleidomastoid muscle stitches of 3-0 stomach strap muscles superior mesenteric surgeon Surgery suture suture material thyroid tissue trachea traction transected transverse tumor ureter vena cava vessels