Atlas of Gynecologic Surgery
This well-illustrated atlas provides a road map to guide the surgeon through each gynecologic surgical procedure with ease and success. Includes a brief description of each condition and indications for surgery, with a surgical step-by-step explanation in illustration form, stressing complications and the means of avoiding them. The written text explains and expands aspects of techniques illustrated in a given section, and indicates when and how techniques should be modified. Features coverage of postoperative care.
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Abdominal Wall Closures
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2-0 delayed absorbable abdominal wall adhesions Allis clamps anastomosis approximately biopsy bladder bleeding bowel segment bowel wall cervix closed closure colon colostomy Cooper's ligament curette cyst defect delayed absorbable suture dissection drain edges electrocautery excised exposure Figure 1A finger fistula flap Foley catheter forceps graft grasped HELPFUL HINT hemostasis hysterectomy identified iliac incision Figure injection injury interrupted intestinal laser lateral layer lesion ligated ligature medial mesosalpinx midline mobilized myoma needle omentum ovarian paravaginal patient pedicle pelvic pelvic exenteration peritoneum placed placement posterior procedure rectum rectus fascia rectus muscle removed repair resection retracted retractor retropubic space sacrospinous ligament scalpel scissors septum serosa sigmoid colon silk skin incision sorbable staple line stapler stoma subcutaneous tissue surgeon sutures Figure taken to avoid Technique tension tied tion traction transected transverse trocar tubal tube ture ureter urethral uterine artery uterosacral ligament uterus vaginal apex vaginal cuff vaginal wall vessels