Internal abdominal surgical stitching

Internal abdominal surgical stitching

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February 01, 2014

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Internal abdominal surgical stitching

Wait till you see how these doctors perform amazing abdominal surgery. All caught on tape. This will for sure leave you awe struck! Not for the faint hearted.


Celiotomy, else known as Open abdominal surgery or laparotomy refers to any surgical operation in which the abdomen is opened to access or inspect the organs of the abdominal cavity.


Traditionally, surgeons perform the majority of gynecologic surgery using an "open" approach, which is through a wide (6-12 inch) abdominal incision below the navel and through the abdominal muscle wall.


The skin incision can be either transverse (horizontal) or vertical. The transverse incision is usually an inch or so above the pubic bone. This type of incision is also known as a "bikini" incision. This is the most common type of inci...

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