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Multiple Steps of Abdominal Surgery
Multiple Steps of Abdominal Surgery

A. A midline incision is made in the abdomen showing a surgeon's hands/scalpel creating a midline abdominal incision in a white female.rnrnB. Extensive adhesions are dissected, and the rectum is exposed. Surgeon's hands/tools lysing adhesions in the open abdomen, of the small bowel and the tear 12 cm from the anal canal.rnrnC. A portion of the rectosigmoid colon are removed. This image shows a surgeon's hands/tools removing colon, closure of rectal stump and end of colon,rnrnD. A permanent colostomy is created in the left lower quadrant and stoma.rn This image shows a surgeon's hand/tools closing the midline abdominal incision and creating a colostomy in the lower left quadrant.rn

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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